Japanese

Development and Evaluation of a Terminal Care Simulation Scenario for Nursing Students: Randomized Controlled Trial using the Flow-experience Checklist Tomoko Tamaki 1,2 , Anri Inumaru 3 , Yumie Yokoi 4 , Mayu Tomita 5 , Michiko Kido 2 , Yuko Ohno 2 , Mayumi Tsujikawa 3 1School of Nursing, Mukogawa Women's University 2Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University 3Course of Nursing Science, Graduate school of Medicine, Mie University 4Faculty of Nursing, Toho University 5Mie University Hospital Keyword: シミュレーション教育 , 終末期ケア , 看護基礎教育 , フロー体験 , 無作為化比較試験 , Simulation , Terminal care , Basic nursing education , Flow-experience , Randomized controlled trial pp.408-416
Published Date 2017/12/31
  • Abstract
  • Reference

Purpose: The aim of this study was to develop an terminal care simulation scenario for baccalaureate nursing students, and evaluate the effectiveness of the scenario by comparing flowexperiential and self-confidence score.

Method: Eligible students were randomly assigned to either an experimental group (n = 13) or control group (n = 12). The evaluation of terminal care scenario was conducted by randomized controlled trial using a flow-experiential checklist and five-point Likert scale to rate student selfconfidence.

Results: After the terminal care simulation, the experimental group showed a statically significant increase in mean score of flow-experience checklist. The self-confidence in providing terminal care also significantly increased in the experimental group.

Conclusion: These findings suggest that terminal care simulation scenario developed is wellbalanced, with a reasonable quantity of information at a suitably challenging level. Such simulations may be a useful way to help students to learn about terminal care more effectively.


Copyright © 2017, Japan Academy of Nursing Science. All rights reserved.

基本情報

電子版ISSN 2185-8888 印刷版ISSN 0287-5330 日本看護科学学会

関連文献

もっと見る

文献を共有