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Effects on Problem Solving Ability and Learning Satisfaction of Nursing Students of Receiving a Teaching Method Using Standardized Patients - Blood Transfusion
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Effects on Problem Solving Ability and Learning Satisfaction of Nursing Students of Receiving a Teaching Method Using Standardized Patients - Blood Transfusion
Kim, Su Mi; Park, Min Jung; Yang, Ya Ki;
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Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the effects on problem solving ability and learning satisfaction in nursing students using a teaching method with a standardized patient (SP) receiving blood transfusion. Method: The research design was a quasi-experimental pre-and-post-test control and experimental group for the methodological comparison study. Participants were 43 (Exp.=22, Cont.=21) nursing students in G city. The experimental group participated in the teaching class using SP. The control group received conventional education using a simple model. Data were collected between June 5 and July 15, 2015, through self-report structured questionnaires and data were analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 21.0 program. Results: There were significant differences in the level of problem solving ability (t=-2.75, p=.009), and learning satisfaction (t=-2.53, p=.016) between the experimental and control groups. Conclusion: The research findings indicate that, the teaching method using an SP is more effective in improving nursing students' problem solving ability and learning satisfaction compared to conventional education using a simple model. In the future it is necessary to develop scenarios of various cases and content, and to test their effectiveness.
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