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The Effectiveness of Standardized Patient Managed Instruction in Teaching Foley Catheterization Skills, Communication Skills and Learning Motivation

Other Title
표준화 환자 학습방법이 유치도뇨술, 의사소통능력, 학습동기에 미치는 효과
Authors
유, 문숙; 손, 연정; 유, 일영
Citation
Kibon Kanho Hakhoe chi, 9(1):66-75, 2002
Journal Title
Kibon Kanho Hakhoe chi; Journal of fundamentals of nursing; 기본간호학회지
ISSN
1225-9012
Abstract
The main purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of the standardized patient method in teaching catherization skills. Communication skills and students learning motivation in undergraduate nursing students. The study employed a quasi-experimental method using a non-equivalent control group post-test design. Data were collected over 2 years from August 2000 to September 2001 with 75 sophomore student nurses in one baccalaureate program.



The results are summarized as follows;

The scores in catheterization skills and communication skills were statistically significantly higher in the experimental group than the control group. Learning motivation score were also statistically significantly higher in the experimental group than the control group.



In conclusion, this study suggests that a standardized patients managed instruction which emphasize authenticity and contextualization is very effective in teaching nursing students, the mastery and application of nursing skills, and the utilizing therapeutic communication skills. It is recommended that more standardized patients cases be- developed for wider areas of nursing education and this study he replicated with more students using a longitudinal design.
Keywords
표준화 환자 학습방법유치도뇨술의사소통능력학습동기Standardized patients managed instructionCatheterization skillsCommunication skillsLearning motivationNursing education
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