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The Development of the Integrated Nursing Practicum Education Matrix based on Learning Outcomes
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The Development of the Integrated Nursing Practicum Education Matrix based on Learning Outcomes
Lee, JuHee; Lee, Taewha; Lee, Hyunkyeong; Kim, Sanghee; Bae, Juyeon; Han, Jeehee; Lee, Kyongeun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop an integrated nursing practicum education matrix based on the learning outcomes of each stage. Methods: In this Delphi technique study, 10 experts, consisting of six professors and four nurses, participated in the development of the matrix. The first step was an in-depth review for the composition of the questionnaire and the second step was the Delphi technique. The Delphi survey was conducted two times in order to complete the components of the matrix. The survey data was analyzed for statistical averages and standard deviations to decide the order of priority. Results: According to each stage (i.e. fundamental stage, competent stage, and proficient stage), the matrix was composed of education contents, methods, evaluation methods, and curriculum outcomes. Conclusion: The integrated nursing practicum education matrix of Y University was completed. The developed matrix will result in a reduction in the gap between nursing education and clinical practice and an improvement in nursing competency.
 Keywords
Nursing students;Professional competence;Competency-Based Education;Delphi technique;
 Language
Korean
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