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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2011;18(2): 210
구조화된 객관적 임상시험(OSCE) 실시 후 간호학생들의 임상수행능력에 대한 자기평가경향 분석
한미현1, 박석건2
1혜전대학 간호과
2단국대학교 의과대학
Analysis of Trends in Self-assessment of Performance of Clinical Skills in Nursing Students after OSCE
Mi-Hyun Han1, Seok-Gun Park2
1Department of Nursing, Hyejeon College
2Department of Nuclear Medicine, Dankook University College of Medicine
Purpose: The self-assessment ability of students is important in acquiring clinical skills. The study explored the self-assessment behavior of nursing students after OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).
Methods: The participants were 90 nursing students. They assessed their performance just after an OSCE (assessment 1). They were given OSCE checklists and re-assessed their performance level (assessment 2). Assessments 1, 2, and an assessment by professor were compared and analyzed.
Results: Students assessed themselves higher than professor. But, when students were divided into three groups according to score level, different behaviors were evident between the groups. The high-score group assessed themselves lower than the professor, while the mid-and low-score groups assessed themselves higher than the professor. Students' self-assessment more closely approximated the professor's assessment when they were given checklists. The correlation between assessments 1 and 2 was stronger in high-score group and weak in low-score group.
Conclusion: The study results indicate that students tend to assess their skills higher than the professor, but their scores were more in line with the professor when they were provided with checklists, and students' self-assessment behavior differed in the different score groups, suggesting a need for customized feedback and a concern for students with low scores.
Key words: Self-Assessment | Clinical Competence | Students | Nursing
주요어: 자기평가 | 임상수행능력 | 간호 | 학생