Critical Analysis and Reflection of a Simulation Experience: Unstable Angina

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Critical Analysis and Reflection of a Simulation Experience: Unstable Angina
Cardiovascular disease causes a significant proportion of hospitalizations in Canada. According to the Public Agency of Canada (2007) 16.9% of all hospitalizations in Canada were from cardiovascular disease. The scenario in this simulation involves the treatment of a patient with cardiovascular disease who has unstable angina. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a reflection on the adherence to best practices guidelines during the scenario, the knowledge gaps that limited our ability to provide safe care and the reflection of CNO competencies and the values of client-centered care in the simulation. In this paper, two key components of the care of a patient...
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