한국간호시뮬레이션 학회지 제8권 제1호 (p.1-15)

간호학생의 수혈 완전학습 시뮬레이션 교육의 효과

Effects of Simulation-based Mastery Learning of Blood Transfusion for Nursing Students
키워드 :
Clinical competence,Learning,Nursing,Students,Simulation training,임상역량,학습,간호학생,시뮬레이션

목차

ABSTRACT
Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Methods
   1. Design and Participants
   2. Instruments
   3. Intervention and Research Process
   4. Data Collection and Data Analysis
   5. Ethical Considerations
Ⅲ. Results
   1. Homogeneity Test of General Characteristicsand Study Variables between Experimentaland Control Groups
   2. Effects of Simulation-Based MasteryLearning of Blood Transfusion
Ⅳ. Discussion
Ⅴ. Conclusion andRecommendation
References

초록

Purpose: Simulation-based education combined with mastery learning is more effective than simulation-based education alone. This study aimed to evaluate its effectiveness with regard to both technical and non-technical skills of simulation-based mastery learning (SBML) in blood transfusion training among undergraduate nursing students. Method: A nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design was used. Fifty-one second-year students at a college of nursing in W city, South Korea, who had not started clinical practice were selected by convenience sampling and allocated to either the experimental or control group using the zigzag method. SBML program was consisted of a diagnostic test, repeated learning and formative assessments for non-passers. All outcome variables were measured before and after completion of the program. Results: The experimental group showed significantly increased performance scores of blood transfusion as compared to the control group (z=29.50, p<.001), with better outcomes in number of students achieving minimum passing score (χ2 =20.07, p<.001), self-confidence (F=17.68, p<.001), and communication skills (z=166.00, p=.003). Conclusion: This program was effective for undergraduate students to better improvement in performance, self-confidence, and communication skills, which can ensure greater safety in the transfusion. The results suggest that SBML ensures skill acquisition for clinical practice through improved performances in both technical and non-technical skills.