Development of ‘Self-learning Package: Basic Knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing’ for Nursing Students

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Sasiwimon Booranarak
Suthanan Kunlaka
Malinee Yeujaiyen
Jaruwan Kansri

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This research and development study aimed to develop and examine the effectiveness of the “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students. The self-learning package was developed according to ADDIE Model. Participants consisted of a random sample of 32 nursing students who passed the nursing course entitled Persons with mental health problems, both theoretical and practical components. The research instruments included: 1)Assessment of the situation and educational media needs, 2) Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing, 3) Learning achievement test and a questionnaire of satisfaction of students towards the use of the self-learning package. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and dependent t-tests. The results of this study revealed that the efficiency of “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students was at 80.00/88.44, which was close to the set criteria (80/80). The post-test of the achievement test of the self-learning package was statistically significant higher than the pre-test (t=1.28, p<.001). A high level of satisfaction towards the self-learning package (Mean=4.50, SD=.64) was reported. The findings indicate that the “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students is effective for self-review.

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Booranarak S, Kunlaka S, Yeujaiyen M, Kansri J. Development of ‘Self-learning Package: Basic Knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing’ for Nursing Students . NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2020Apr.30 [cited 2020Aug.10];30(1):94-106. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/241495
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Sasiwimon Booranarak, Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok

This research and development study aimed to develop and examine the effectiveness of the “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students. The self-learning package was developed according to ADDIE Model. Participants consisted of a random sample of 32 nursing students who passed the nursing course entitled Persons with mental health problems, both theoretical and practical components. The research instruments included: 1)Assessment of the situation and educational media needs, 2) Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing, 3) Learning achievement test and a questionnaire of satisfaction of students towards the use of the self-learning package. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and dependent t-tests. The results of this study revealed that the efficiency of “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students was at 80.00/88.44, which was close to the set criteria (80/80). The post-test of the achievement test of the self-learning package was statistically significant higher than the pre-test (t=1.28, p<.001). A high level of satisfaction towards the self-learning package (Mean=4.50, SD=.64) was reported. The findings indicate that the “Self-learning package: Basic knowledge of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” for nursing students is effective for self-review.

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