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          This article aim to present the simulation-based learning in order to prepare nursing students for their clinical practice so that they feel confident to perform their nursing skills for caring the patients in the principles and techniques in nursing practicum course. This is the first nursing Practicum course as well as the first time on the actual patient units. Importantly, the stress and anxiety would be relieved after participating theses activities. The preparation involves training students to apply nursing process in situational-simulated patients, to demonstrate nursing skills, to develop relevant knowledge, to increase confidence for students, and to work with the nursing team, similar to authentic situations to enhance their confidences.

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