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Evaluation of practical exercises using an intravenous simulator incorporating virtual reality and haptics device technologies

Authors
Jung, EY; Park, DK; Lee, YH; Jo, HS; Lim, YS; Park, RW
Citation
Nurse education today, 32(4):458-463, 2012
Journal Title
Nurse education today
ISSN
0260-69171532-2793
Abstract
This study confirmed the educational effectiveness of practical exercises (PE) using intravenous (IV) simulators incorporating virtual reality (VR)/haptics (based on the sense of touch) device technologies. First-year nursing students (n=114) were randomly divided into three PE groups: Group A, utilizing a conventional arm model (IV arm); Group B, utilizing a VR/Haptics IV Simulator (IV sim); and Group C, utilizing both the IV arm and IV sim. Group C scored highest on procedures for conducting venipuncture. Group B was more successful in performing injections than Groups A and C. Group C required significantly less time than Group B to complete a venipuncture injection and was faster than Group A, although this difference was not significant. In conclusion, a new paradigm of PE is suggested using both IV sim and IV arm.
MeSH terms
Adolescent*Clinical Competence*Computer SimulationComputer-Assisted Instruction/*instrumentationEducation, Nursing/*methodsEquipment DesignFemaleHumansInjections, Intravenous/*nursingMaleNursing Education ResearchNursing Evaluation ResearchTouchUser-Computer InterfaceYoung Adult
DOI
10.1016/j.nedt.2011.05.012
PMID
21664014
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Medical Informatics
AJOU Authors
박, 래웅
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