Participation Experience in Simulation Training Using Holographic Standardized Patients

Ji-Ah Yun, Yeon-Ja Kim, Kyung-hwa Jung


To develop simulation practice education content and improve the quality of practice education by identifying nursing students' perception types regarding simulation practice education experiences using Holographic Standardized Patients (HSP) and analyzing and describing the characteristics of each type of nursing students' perception. This study is a qualitative study that applied phenomenological methods to explore the essential meaning of nursing students' perceptions of nursing students' simulation training using HSP. It was conducted after obtaining approval from the institutional ethics committee, and the data collection period was from October 24, 2022 to September 31, 2023. The interview was conducted as an in-depth interview. The participants were third-year nursing students at a university who received training implemented through simulation using HSP. Among the 14 students who voluntarily agreed to participate in the study after receiving an explanation of the contents of the study, they were the dropouts. The subjects were 10 people excluding. As a result of this study, 81 meaning compositions, 20 topic collections, and 4 categories were derived: 'interesting classes', 'expectations that overcome obstacles', 'models for future classes', and 'strengthening practical skills'. Korean nursing students have already become accustomed to digital culture for a long time, and it has been confirmed that this form of converged technology-based simulation education no longer poses a technical problem to students. If various simulation-based education is developed in the future, it is believed that it will lead to integrated development of nursing education and simulation education beyond the limited clinical practice environment.

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