Students Level of Satisfaction in Nursing Skills Demonstration: Basis for Designing Debriefing Strategies | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Students Level of Satisfaction in Nursing Skills Demonstration: Basis for Designing Debriefing Strategies

Author(s):Minerva Pingue-Raguini*, Ala’A Abujaber and Nada Gomma

Background: The use of laboratory in demonstrating nursing skills to enhance students competency will highly benefit in the transition of theory learned into the delivery of care to actual patients in the clinical field. It provides opportunities to practice the procedures, evaluate learning outcomes and reinforce reasoning objectives. Objective: The study aims to identify the level of satisfaction of nursing students in the skills demonstration in terms of debriefing and reflection, clinical reasoning and clinical learning. Methods: This study used the Quantitative-Descriptive design to describe the level of student satisfaction in nursing skills. Results: The results of the study showed that the majority of FCMS nursing students expressed high level of satisfaction according to level of respondents. Mean=3.81). Meanwhile, FCMS nursing expressed a high level of satisfaction in three categories debrief and reflection (Mean=3.77; χ2=90.796), clinical reasoning (Mean=3.80; χ2=77. 632) and clinical learning (Mean=3.86; χ2=93.285). Discussion: The results highlighted that the nursing students mostly benefited from clinical learning during skills demonstration. Conclusion: The study concludes that the nursing students of FCMS have a high level of satisfaction in nursing skills demonstrations in terms of clinical learning and clinical reasoning.

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