Aronson, B., Rosa, J., Anfinson, J., & Light, N.
The authors, faculty in an associate degree nursing program, presented rationale and descriptions, as well as positive results and feedback from both faculty and students (approximately 90), for the use of Clinical Problem Solving Learning Laboratories during the last two semesters of an established nursing program in a community college. They reported using an evaluation tool with students but did not discuss the tool, or provide statistical results. While the evidence presented supported the effectiveness/value of the described use of simulated problem solving for enhancing student learning, the scope is limited to a small/narrow population. Data regarding the survey instrument and some statistical information on the survey results would have been a valuable addition to this article.