The authors, director of clinical simulation laboratory, nursing faculty and coordinator of clinical simulation lab at a Maryland university, along with a clinical coordinator from a hospital in Maryland, reported on the design and implementation of a mock code program into their undergraduate nursing curriculum. They described in detail the curriculum development and implementation of the simulation, as well as the their evaluation of this simulation learning experience along with support documentation from available literature. They concluded that there is a need for a reliable and valid instrument for use in evaluation of clinical simulation modules and suggested a longitudinal study to examine and compare traditional methods with simulation learning throughout the curriculum. As the authors stated, a structured study along with some statistical data and testing of an instrument would have been a meaningful addition to this article. However, it provided some clear, descriptive and anecdotal information on the use of simulation in undergraduate nursing education.