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Effects of a Simulation-based High-risk neonatal Care Education on Learning Satisfaction, Class Participation, Learning Motivation and Clinical Competency in Nursing Students
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Effects of a Simulation-based High-risk neonatal Care Education on Learning Satisfaction, Class Participation, Learning Motivation and Clinical Competency in Nursing Students
Kim, Soon-Gu;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to verify the effects of simulation-based high-risk neonatal care education on learning satisfaction, class participation, learning motivation and clinical competency of Nursing Students. The participants were 118 nursing students in year 3 in D college. The questionaire survey on learning satisfaction, class participation, learning motivation and clinical competency were conducted before and after education to the nursing students. The data was analysed by the SPSS WIN 17.0 program. The results showed that the scores of learning satisfaction, class participation, learning motivation and clinical competency were significantly higher than before education. Also, clinical competency have significant relationships with learning satisfaction, class participation and learning motivation.
 Keywords
Class Participation;Clinical Competency;High-risk Neonatal Care;Learning Motivation;Learning Satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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