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 Title & Authors
Effect of Simulation-based Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support Education for Nursing Students Hospitals
Jung, Hyo-Ju; Chae, Min-Jeong;
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 Abstract
Objectives : This study is a quasi-experiment with a pre-post design and a nonequivalent control group performed from May 1 to June 2, 2013 to verify the effects of a simulation based education program on nursing students' self-confidence, and clinical performance ability. Methods : The subjects of the study were a total of 60 students in their fourth year of a nursing program at a university located in G city and they were assigned to an experimental group of 30 students and a control group of 30 students by convenience sampling. Results : After being offered education, self-confidence, and clinical performance ability were significantly more improved than before in each group. In the comparison of the two groups, the self-confidence (t=3.00, p=.004) and clinical performance ability(t=3.14, p=.003) of the experiment group were significantly higher than those of the control group. Conclusions : The results indicated that instructional methods using a simulation-based emergency care program should be adopted maximize the effects of advanced cardiopulmonary life support education.
 Keywords
Simulation;Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation;Self-Confidence;Clinical Performance Ability;
 Language
Korean
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