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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2014;21(2): 162
졸업학년 간호학생의 핵심기본간호술 학습경험과 수행자신감 조사연구: 실습교과를 중심으로
한애경1, 조동숙2, 원종순3
1을지대학교 간호대학
2을지대학교 간호대학
3을지대학교 간호대학
A Study on Learning Experiences and Self-Confidence of Core Nursing Skills in Nursing Practicum among Final Year Nursing Students
Aekyung Han1, Dong Sook Cho2, Jongsoon Won3
1College of Nursing, Eulji University
2College of Nursing, Eulji University
3College of Nursing, Eulji University
Abstract
Purpose: This study was done to identify learning experiences and self-confidence and to analyze nursing students' self-confidence according to learning experiences for core nursing skills (CNS).
Method: Participants were 502 final year nursing students. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire and analyzed using descriptive statistics and t-test.
Results: Over 60% of participants had practiced 15 items of the 24 CNS in the basic nursing lab (BNL). In clinical practice (CP), they had practiced five items but experienced only one item in a simulation lab (SL). Items with the highest confidence level were vital signs (4.69) followed by blood sugar test (4.60), pulse oximeter (4.38), and oral medication (4.12). Items with the lowest confidence level were blood transfusion (2.17) followed by enema (2.64) and indwelling catheterization (2.67). The group with CNS experience in the practice curriculum was generally more confident than the group with no experience. Self-confidences in some skills was significantly different depending on availability of SL, credits for BNL and CP, and presence of preceptors.
Conclusion: Results indicate a need to develop practice education strategies such as changing the CP to practice-centered learning with preceptors and including well-designed SL to increase confidence of nursing students.
Key words: Nursing students | Clinical skills | Clinical competence | Nursing education
주요어: 간호학생 | 간호술 | 자신감 | 간호교육