J Korean Acad Nurs.  2013 Apr;43(2):185-193. 10.4040/jkan.2013.43.2.185.

Comparison of Learning Effects using High-fidelity and Multi-mode Simulation: An Application of Emergency Care for a Patient with Cardiac Arrest

Affiliations
  • 1Department of Nursing, Shinsung University, Dangjin, Korea.
  • 2Red Cross College of Nursing, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea. rnhaeunho@cau.ac.kr
  • 3Graduate School of Nursing, Inha University, Incheon, Korea.

Abstract

PURPOSE
Simulation-based learning has become a powerful method to improve the quality of care and help students meet the challenges of increasingly complex clinical practice settings. The purpose of this study was to identify the learning effects using high-fidelity SimMan and multi-mode simulation.
METHODS
Participants in this study were 38 students who were enrolled in an intensive course for a major in nursing at R college. Collected data were analyzed using Chi-square, t-test, and independent t-test with the SPSS 18.0 for Windows Program.
RESULTS
There were no statistically significant differences in learning effects between high-fidelity SimMan and multi-mode simulation group. However, skills in clinical performance in the high-fidelity SimMan group were higher than in the multi-mode group (p=.014), communication in clinical performance in multi-mode simulation group was higher than in the high-fidelity SimMan group (p<.001).
CONCLUSION
Multi-mode simulation with a standardized patient is an effective learning method in many ways compared to a high-fidelity simulator. These results suggest that multi-mode simulation be offered to students in nursing colleges which cannot afford to purchase a high-fidelity simulator, or offered as an alternative.

Keyword

Learning; Patient simulation

MeSH Terms

Adult
Education, Nursing, Baccalaureate
Emergency Medical Services
Female
Heart Arrest/*nursing
Humans
Learning
Male
Manikins
*Patient Simulation
Students, Nursing/psychology

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  • Figure 1. Study process.


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