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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2011;18(2): 201
일개 병원 신입간호사의 기본심폐소생술 학습경험, 지식 및 수행능력에 관한 연구
천선희1, 오윤희2, 김성수3
1을지대학교 간호학과
2서울 아산병원 교육개발센터
3서울 아산병원 의료정보관리팀
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Learning Experience, Knowledge, and Performance in Newly Graduated Nurses
Sun-Hee Chun1, Yun-Hee Oh2, Sung-Soo Kim3
1College of Nursing, Eulji University
2Asan Education & Development Center, Asan Medical Center
3Department of Medical Information Management, Asan Medical Center
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the learning experience, knowledge, and performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in newly graduated nurses, and to identify differences related to learning experience.
Methods: The participants were 114 new nurses in the hospital. They were asked to complete a questionnaire, which included CPR learning experience. They were evaluated by a written test and a skill test using a manikin and check list.
Results: All participants attended CPR lectures and underwent practice while in university. Only 12.28% of participants were taught by a certified Basic Life Support (BLS) instructor. The mean scores of the written and skill tests were $79.82{pm}12.69$ and $64.41{pm}11.71$, respectively. The nurses lacked CPR knowledge related to checking breathing, the frequency of 30 chest compressions, compression rate, and automated external defibrillator use. They also lacked skill in performing CPR related to checking breathing and pulse and giving 2 breaths. CPR performance differed according to learning time (p=.047) and BLS educator (p=.029).
Conclusion: The findings of this study reveal that CPR performance by newly graduated nurses is poor and suggest that CPR education by trained instructors, practice-based education, and reeducation programs must be provided to newly graduated nurses in the hospital.
Key words: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation | Learning experience | Knowledge | Performance
주요어: 기본심폐소생술 | 학습경험 | 지식 | 수행능력