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Effects of OSCE Method on Performance of Clinical Skills of Students in Fundamentals of Nursing Course

Other Title
호흡기계 기본간호 수행능력 향상을 위한 OSCE 평가 방법의 효과
Authors
Yoo, MS; Yoo, IY
Citation
Taehan Kanho Hakhoe chi, 33(2):228-235, 2003
Journal Title
Taehan Kanho Hakhoe chi; Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing; 대한간호학회지
ISSN
1598-2874
Abstract
Purpose: The main purpose of this study was to compare the effects of OSCE method and the traditional evaluation method on nursing skills performance of students enrolled in fundamentals of nursing courses.



Method: The study was designed as a quasi-experimental, nonequivalent control group post test design with two classes of sophomore students attending fundamentals of nursing courses at one baccaleureate nursing school located in a

metropolitan Seoul area. The control group was evaluated using a traditional method and the experimental group was evaluated using the OSCE method. Data were collected from June, 2001 to June, 2002. There were 35 students in the OSCE method group and 39 students in the control group. Data analysis was done using SPSS WIN 9.0.



Result: The results showed that the students in the OSCE method group did significantly better in clinical nursing skills performance than the students in the traditional method group. And the OSCE method group showed significantly higher satisfaction score in the evaluation method than the control group.



Conclusion: The OSCE method is an effective tool for evaluating clinical nursing skills performance in student nurses. It is necessary to explore more efficient ways to develop OSCE cases in wider areas of nursing education. It is alsorecommended to replicate similar studies in nursing education.
Keywords
Clinical nursing skills performanceOSCEclinical evaluation
DOI
10.4040/jkan.2003.33.2.228
PMID
15314451
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