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The Effects of Trauma-patient Training Education Using Simulation on Knowledge, Satisfaction and Problem-solving in Emergency medical Students
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 Title & Authors
The Effects of Trauma-patient Training Education Using Simulation on Knowledge, Satisfaction and Problem-solving in Emergency medical Students
Moon, Tae-Young;
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 Abstract
This study was progessed from March 3, 2015 to March 31 for purpose of evaluating the effects of the trauma-patient practice education using simulation on knowledge, satisfaction and problem-solving in paramedic students. To closely examine the adequacy of education for paramedic students in one university, a comparison was made by dividing 28 male and female students into two groups of experimental group with 14 students and control group with 14 students. The experimental group was carried out the practice education of the trauma-patient simulation using simulator. The control group was conducted the theoretical and practical education through a traditional instructor-led class. As a result of the research, the experimental group can be known to be significantly higher(t=2.09, p<.05) than the control group in the post-knowledge survey and satisfaction following the development in each educational method for 4 weeks. Also, in consequence of the variable-based correlation in the sub-factors of satisfaction, a correlation was shown between interest and clinical help or between interest and problem-solving ability(p<.05, p<.01). Based on the results of this study, it is considered that the simulation practice education in the emergency department is demanded and that the practice education will need to be continuously applied through developing a proper scenario.
 Keywords
Trauma-patient;Training Education;Simulation;Knowledge;Satisfaction;Problem-solving;Emergency medical Students;
 Language
Korean
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