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Background:Introduction of interactive education such as simulation training in classroom and clinical setting, nursing students' satisfaction and confidence in their management knowledge and skills can be strengthened.
The aim: the study aimed to assess students' satisfaction and self-confidence with simulation training about nursing management skills.
Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted in faculty of nursing Zagazig University. A Student Satisfaction and self-Confidence in Learning Scale (SSSC), the sample consisted of 35 nursing students.
Results: the highest percentage of nursing students agree on all items of satisfaction in learning with simulation training, As regard self-confidence, all participants agreed on the instructor used helpful resources to teach the simulation. There is a need for conducting training program for assistant teaching staff about the use of simulation in teaching clinical part of nursing administration course