Comparison of the Effects of Simulation Practice and Clinical Practice Education: Nursing Care of Children with Respiratory Diseases

Ju hee Hwang


This study This study aimed to find the efficient practice education measures for the practice of pediatric health nursing by comparing the effects of simulation practice education and existing clinical practice one about children with respiratory diseases. Using the nonequivalent comparison group post-test non-synchronized design method, the research subjects were composed of total 62 people including 32 subjects for experimental group and 30 subjects for comparison group. Using the IBM SPSS v. 25.0 for data analysis, the differences in the baseline characteristics of both groups were tested through the t-test, X2-test, and Fisher’s exact test. The results of this research are as follows. In the results of conducting the homogeneity test on the experimental group and comparison group, there were no differences between two groups while it was statistically significant in self-efficacy. The experimental group who participated in practice education using the simulator was statistically significant in nursing competence(F=27.183, p<.001), communication skills(F=7.876, p=.001), and learning satisfaction(F=12.950, p<.001). The problem-solving ability(F=2.515, p=.089) was not statistically significant. Such results are significant in the aspect of implying the possibility of practice education using the simulator that could effectively complement clinical practice in the practice education of pediatric health nursing in the future.

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