King, C., Moseley, S., Hindenlang, B. & Kuritz, P.
These authors used constructs in the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to investigate 34 ADN faculty and their reluctance to adopt simulation. Based on these findings, grouped by constructs of attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control, and intent to use, an educational intervention for faculty was planned. Fifteen faculty members participated in the educational intervention, based on TPB concepts, with great success. Time to learn how to use simulation , competence in simulation , and assistance with running simulation were found to significantly impact adoption of simulation.