The Effect of Simulation-Based Learning on Knowledge and Self-Efficacy of the Third Year Nursing Students in Caring for Emergency Patients

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Pavinee Pangsuk
Chonlada Kingmala

Abstract

Objective: This quasi-experimental research aimed to study the effect of simulation based learning on knowledge and self-efficacy in patients with emergency care of the third year nursing student. Methods: Samples were 48 persons third of year nursing students who selected by simple random sampling. The
research instrument was the simulation-based learning (SBL) program and data collection tools were
knowledge test and self-efficacy in patients with emergency care. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and t-test. Results: The results revealed that mean score average of knowledge and self-efficacy in patients with emergency care of the third year nursing students of experimental within group after received SBL were higher than before that had statistically significant (p <.001) and mean score average of knowledge and self-efficacy in patients with emergency care of the third year nursing student of the experimental between group. The group received SBL group (experimental group) was higher than received regular study group (control group) that had statistically significant (p <.001). Discussion: This research suggests that nursing education in theories and practice should develope by using simulation based learning with regular learning.

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Pangsuk, P., & Kingmala, C. (2021). The Effect of Simulation-Based Learning on Knowledge and Self-Efficacy of the Third Year Nursing Students in Caring for Emergency Patients. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 41(2), 89-100. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nur-psu/article/view/200535
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