Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 1, Pages: 1-5
Weon-Hee Moon1 , Young-Ju, Kim2* and Sung-Yun Ahn3
1 Department of Health & Medical Informatics, Daejeon Health Sciences College, Daejeon, Korea; [email protected]
2 Department of Nursing Science, Daejeon Health Sciences College, Daejeon, Korea; [email protected]
3 Department of Nursing Science, Daejeon Institute of Science, Daejeon, Korea; [email protected]
Objectives:This studyproposes adirectionfor futuredevelopment anda basicdata onthe effectiveness of simulation-based education by conducting a systematic review on the simulation-based education in Korean nurses. Methods: Literaturewas selected in accordancewith the criteria ofPICOT-SDby threeprofessors in nursingwith experience in meta-analysis evaluating the quality of the paper and analysing their content. Among the total of 65 literatures searched through KERIS (2014.4.15) and KAN & KJAN (2014.4.18) DB, a final 8 literatures were selected according to the criteria. 8 articles were collected and analysed according to the Cochrane-handbook and PRISMA’s guideline on reporting. Results: As a result of the overall quality assessment of targeted literatures, it was analysed that 3 literatures that used the study design of RCT was (++) and the other 5 literatures were (+). Most of the literature analysed in this study addressed the theme of simulation with a focus on ACLS (advanced cardiovascular life support) and ER/ICU care. There were many literatures having no educational effect in the cognitive & affective domain of Bloom, but for psychomotor domain, most of the literatures have shown an educational effect of improvement on the clinical performance ability. This study showed that simulation based learning was effective in improving clinical performance ability in Korean nurses. Conclusion: This study has significance in that it was the firstto attempt the systematic review on the simulation education study targeting the Korean nurses.
Keywords: Educational Effect, Nursing Education, Nurse, Simulation Based Learning, Systematic Review,
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