The use of simulation to teach future healthcare professionals—in the present case, nurses—has become an essential pedagogical tool. Although a considerable amount is known about the process and effects of simulation, the pedagogy of simulation is primed to be enhanced. As such, a literature review, a perusal of 38 relevant articles, was conducted to assess the role of health communication. The essentials of this literature and suggestions for future research are offered.
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