Nurse,Intramuscular Injection, Hybrid Simulation

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Pamukkale University

Status

Completed

Conditions

Educational Problems

Treatments

Other: working grup

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT04464018
60116787-020/4308

Details and patient eligibility

About

The study was conducted as a randomized controlled experimental study in order to determine the effect of hybrid simulation training on gaining the intramuscular injection skills of nursing students. The sample of the study consisted of 126 students (63 study groups, 63 control groups) enrolled in Nursing Principles Course at Pamukkale University Faculty of Health Sciences in 2018-2019 academic year. In the study, the study group performed hybrid simulation (standard patient+Digital half hip model simulator) and the control group performed simulation with low reality simulation method (hip/intramuscular model). Study data were collected using Student Identification Form, Intramuscular Injection Achievement Test, Intramuscular Injection Application Skill Assessment Form, Two Column Writing Reflective Thinking Strategies and Scale of Student Satisfaction and Self-confidence in Learning.

Full description

Nursing students need to be proficient in nursing knowledge and skills before entering a health care environment in order to provide safe care to patients. One of the important and difficult to accomplish skills that nursing students must learn is the ability to administer intramuscular injections. In order to avoid complications due to IM injection application, it is necessary to comply with surgical asepsia, to know the method of application correctly and to have psychomotor skills. Therefore, nursing students are expected to graduate with knowledge and skills related to IM injection application during their education. Basic plastic mannequins without advanced technology, mannequins or models with low technological features that present the selected anatomical parts of the human body can also be used in standard patient and hybrid simulation. Hybrid simulation applications contribute to learners ' ability to develop psychomotor skills in a safe and realistic environment, as well as problem solving, critical thinking and decision making. Furthermore, hybrid simulations have become an ethical requirement to improve students ' skills without causing any potential harm to actual patients. In this study, the effectiveness of HS method will be evaluated to gain IM injection skills in nursing students. It will be ensured that the students ' knowledge and skills will be sufficient by increasing their desire to learn about IM injection, where they experience intense fear and anxiety before going to the clinic.

Enrollment

126 patients

Sex

All

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • Students who have not received IM injection skills training before,
  • who have no clinical experience,
  • who have accepted to participate in the research

Exclusion criteria

  • Students who have received IM injection skills training before,
  • who have clinical experience,

Trial design

Primary purpose

Other

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

Single Blind

126 participants in 2 patient groups

Working group
Experimental group
Description:
Working group (hybrid simulation method) after the theoretical lecture, the application with hybrid simulation method is made by videotaping. Repeat the same practice after 1 Week
Treatment:
Other: working grup
Control group
No Intervention group
Description:
Control group (Low reality simulation method) after the theoretical lecture, the application with low reality simulation method is made. Repeat the same practice after 1 Week Control group received only general care

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