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Effects of a Simulation-based Program on Self-Directed Learning Ability, Metacognition and Clinical Competence in a Nursing Student
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Effects of a Simulation-based Program on Self-Directed Learning Ability, Metacognition and Clinical Competence in a Nursing Student
Chae, Myung-Ock;
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The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of simulation-based program on self-directed learning ability, metacognition and clinical competence for nursing students. The subjects were 88 students enrolling in the simulation-based practice. Simulation-based program included team based pre-discussion, taking a simulation and being debriefed during 12 weeks. After the subjects had participated in the simulation-based program, they showed statistically significant higher self-directed learning ability(t=4.270, p<.001), metacognition(t=4.435, p<.001) than before. However, there was no significant change in clinical competence. Therefore, facility of self-directed learning ability, metacognition and clinical competence for nursing students needs to develop and operate more systematic simulation-based program.
Clinical Competence;Metacognition;Self-Directed Learning Ability;Simulation-based Program;
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