Purpose: This study was tried to identify the effects of problem-based learning integrated with simulation education on the critical thinking disposition, problem-solving process and self-confidence of nursing process in nursing students.
Methods: This study was one group pre-post test design, participants are 47 senior nursing students. We developed the simulation practice by applying problem based learning taking 2 hours per session, once per week for 15 weeks. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, paired t-test, Pearson’s correlation coefficients using the SPSS WIN 18.0 program.
Result: There was a significant difference simulation practice by applying problem based learning on the critical thinking disposition, problem-solving process and self-confidence of nursing process of nursing students. There was a correlation between each other variables.
Conclusion: Therefore, suggest that the repeated studies to verify the effects of simulation practice by applying problem based learning.
Purpose: This study was to identify relationship between instructor and learner's evaluation in the simulation-based maternity nursing.
Methods: The simulation-based nursing education program was taken by 112 fourth year nursing students. 30 item clinical practice competency evaluation tool has been developed for instructor. And 30 item clinical practice competency scale(self reported form) was used for students.
Result: The critical items of the simulation-based maternity nursing were suggested in this study. Mean score for clinical practice competency are as follows: student's evaluation 4.0(on a 5-point scale), instructor's evaluation 76.7(on a total 90-point). There was a positive correlation between instructor and learner's evaluation score.
Conclusion: These findings will be useful guideline in development direction of qualitative simulation-based nursing education program.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of debriefing with video and oral debriefing alone by undergraduate nursing students in the nursing educational simulation setting.
Methods: Nursing students participating in experiment were 168. Data was collected for each group after the simulation including debriefing.
Result: Experimental group who experienced simulation debriefing with video and control group had differences in clinical practice items according to characteristics. Experimental group who experienced simulation debriefing with video had significantly higher debriefing satisfaction than control group who didn't experience that.
Conclusion: This study found that simulation debriefing with video was effective educational method to promote debriefing satisfaction. It is needed to find the relation between clinical practice and debriefing satisfaction.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore learner's debriefing experience in team-based nursing simulation.
Methods: Participants were 8 students in undergraduate nursing program at a university in Korea. All students were place in setting of team-based nursing simulation. Data were collected October 2015 to December 2015, through in-depth interviews and analyzed using Colizzi phenomenological method.
Result: Three essential themes were extract as follows 1) learner’s reflection on their teambased practicum in simulation education 2) negative feeling of being engaged in debriefing through recorded video-sharing 3) request to run debriefing for development of simulation education. Conclusion: As the results of showed, debriefing of nursing simulation was important to improve nursing competency. However, the debriefing of simulation education need to consider negative feelings. These results through students’ data debrifing would help develop nursing simulation, specially debriefing in the simulation education process.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the difference in problem solving ability and learning flow by team based simulation learning depending on the level of metacognition of nursing students.
Methods: This study was one group pre-posttest design. The subjects were 81 students enrolling in the simulation-based practice. Simulation learning included team based pre-discussion, taking a simulation and being debriefed during 4 weeks. Data were collected from May to June, 2015 using a structured questionnaire on metacognition, problem solving ability, and learning flow. Data were analyzed using SPSS win 20.0 program.
Result: There were significant positive correlations between metacognition, problem solving ability, and learning flow. The student who had higher metacognition score than other group had scored problem solving ability and learning flow in pre and post program.
Conclusion: These results suggest that metacognition has a positive effect on nursing students' learning outcomes. Therefore, it should be considered the metacognition in composing the team based simulation learning in nursing.