Development and Effect of Video Media Combined with Scenario on Knowledge and Self-Confidence in Practice of Occupational Health Nursing for Nursing Students

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Wanna Sanongdej
Supichaya Wangpitipanit
Piyarat Chonsin
Thiwaporn Chalermpichai


The studying on occupational health nursing topics of the fourth nursing students at school of nursing Ramathibodi hospital has limited on timing and place to practice. Thus they cannot practice in a real situation. To achieve objectives of study on occupational health nursing, teachers have developed the video media combine with scenarios. The study process focused on critical thinking and solving problem about exposure to different environmental hazard on workplace. The students have to query answers about providing occupational nursing care by themselves, the teachers have just advised to meet the objectives for each topic. Developing video media, guidance for the instructor and evaluation form were produced by instructors.  Video media was examined the content validity by three expertise. The evaluation form was developed by researcher. It was analyzed by exploratory factors analysis, it composed of three main factors including process of study, role of occupational nursing and quality of media. One hundred and fifty-five senior nursing student evaluated media as a very good.  After using the video media coupled with scenarios, the students have knowledge and confidences to practice in occupational health nursing increasingly at statistically significant at the .01.  The video media combines with scenarios have an effective to use for teaching to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of occupational health nursing. It should be distributed to use for learning on occupational health nursing topics for nursing student.


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Sanongdej W, Wangpitipanit S, Chonsin P, Chalermpichai T. Development and Effect of Video Media Combined with Scenario on Knowledge and Self-Confidence in Practice of Occupational Health Nursing for Nursing Students. Rama Nurs J [Internet]. 2018Jul.16 [cited 2020Apr.8];24(1):94-107. Available from:


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