This study investigates the current states and strategies to promote simulation based nursing education. The subjects of study were 118 domestic four-year college samples, the survey was used a self-report questionnaire from October 2015 to February, 2016. The result of this study was that Simulation training course was composed of 'credits' (82.5%), practice personnel for simulation training course was mean 11.6 persons per practice group, and simulation training course consisted of almost six placement, and there were mean 3.08 simulation models. And Charge instructors for simulation practice were a assistant professor(28.9%), professor(26.3%), and dedicated personnel was mean 1.7 persons. Instructors were received education an average of 4.40 times, they learned the most common from institutions and medical device company(30.4%), The result was revealed that "Critical thinking skills" (23.7%) of the goal of simulation nursing education was the most common, and the contents of evaluation contents was problem-solving skills (20.9%). Most majors to conjugate simulation nursing education were an average of 2.54 credits/3.14 hours as an adult nursing, 1.55 credits/1.60 hrs as an pediatric nursing, 1.50 credits/3.00 hrs as fundamentals of nursing, and 1.25 credits/2.63 hrs as an maternal nursing, respectively. Most scenarios that were dyspnea care (67.5%) %), cardiovascular care (50.0%), maternal child-related care (47.5%), and hypoglycemia nursing care(37.5%), and others(67.5%). In conclusion, it is necessary to establish the standard for simulation nursing education and it is expected to reflect in the policies of educational accreditation.
Purpose: This study was to identify the effect of siimulation-based educational for delivery nursing program on knowledge, problem solving process and confidence in nursing students. Methods: This study was one group pre-post test design, participants are 51 nursing student. This simulation-based education for delivery nursing program was applied to the subjects from 31th, August to 25th, September, 2015. The program consist of a scenario in which each of the situations presented from first stage of labor to the fourth stage of labor. Data were analyzed using SPSS WIN 19.0 program.
Result: There was a significant difference on delivery nursing knowledge, problem solving process and confidence.
Conclusion: Therefore, the educational program of labor simulation was effective on improving knowledge, problem solving process and self-confidence among nursing students.
Purpose: This study was tried to identify the effects of simulation program by applying hazard perception training on self-efficacy of patient safety, error recovery and problemsolving process in nursing students.
Methods: A nonequivalent control group designed was used. The study was composed of hazard perception training and simulation program. Sixteen teams of a total of 61 nursing students participated in the simulation program using a high fidelity simulator. The collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, χ2-test and t-test using PASW 18.0 program.
Result: There were statistically signigicant in self-efficacy of patient safety(t=2.55, p=.013), error recovery(t=2.82, p=.007), and problem-solving process(t=3.29, p=.002) in the experimental group.
Conclusion: These results indicate that the simulation program by applying hazard perception training is effective in improving self-efficacy of patient safety, error recovery and problem-solving process for nursing students. Further study is recommended to confirm the long-term effects of the simulation program by applying hazard perception training.
Background: Team-based learning (TBL) strategy have been applied in various nursing education as focusing on what students doing in-class and how learning from their experience. The purpose of this study was to develop and apply the TBL approach to teach pain assessment and management for undergraduate nursing students.
Methods: Pain management education using TBL was applied in fundamentals of nursing course and consisted of three sessions for 2nd year nursing students. For developing the TBL, instructors redesigned the course before starting the semester and collected the cases reports from clinical environment. TBL on pain management was then applied into fundamentals of nursing course for 3 weeks. After completion the TBL course, satisfaction and self-confidence were collected.
Result: We designed activities in four different points of TBL course such as a) before class begins, b) preparation, c) readiness assurance, and d) application. In before class, students can be identified instructional goal of TBL and activities of each point of course with their team member. The scores of students’ satisfaction and self-confidence in learning were high. Most students were positively described their experience of TBL course on pain management.
Conclusion: Based on this development process and application, TBL approach will be applicable in various nursing education for enhancing the knowledge and making a clinical decision of nursing students.
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to review the studies that included simulation based learning for nursing students in Korea.
Methods: We searched for published and unpublished researches using electronic Korean database such as RISS, KISTI/NDSL, the National Library of Korea, KERIS, KISS, DBpia, Hakjisa, and Google scholar. The term for nursing, simulation, and scenario were entered as key words.
Result: Total 42 studies were included and categorized in final. The major subject of simulation based learning was adult nursing for 3rd and 4th grade nursing students using high fidelity simulators. For applying the simulation based learning, 3-6 students were designated as a team. The most evaluation components were knowledge, clinical performance and satisfaction on simulation based learning.
Conclusion: The results provide that the main theme or scenarios for simulation based learning in nursing students were varied and detailed according to clinical situation. However, the qualification for instructors should be reported in studies for simulation based leaning in nursing.