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6th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 27-29, 2022 | Orlando, USA

October 27 -29, 2022 | Orlando, Florida, USA
NWC 2018

Kiyoko Tokunaga

Speaker at Nursing World Conference 2018 - Kiyoko Tokunaga
Kyoto Koka Women’s University, Japan
Title : The effect of the learning in nursing students with reverse video playback of nursing skills

Abstract:

Purpose: The purpose of this Study was to evaluate the effect of using the Reverse video playback as a teaching tool on the learning nursing skills of students.

Methods: This study examined, 97 first-year female students who entered the school of nursing at a university in 2016 and 90 first-year female students who entered the school of nursing at a university in 2017. After explaining the purpose of the study and after making a definite promise to guarantee their anonymity, we obtained their written consent. In entrance students in 2016 experienced traditional exercises. In 2017 entrance student experienced traditional exercises and this learning method. Results of performance test and practice time of 2016-entrance student and 2017-entrance student were statistically compared and learning effect was examined.

Results: [Results of performance] The difference of the averages between the two grades was significant (two-tailed test: t (190) = -3.56, p<0.00). [Self-practice time] The difference of the averages between the two grades was significant (two-tailed test: t (190) = 5.91, p<0.00).

Conclusions: The results of the practical test were significantly higher in the 2017 entrance students using the video. Moreover, the self-practice time was significantly more in the 2016 students who experienced the conventional exercise method. The result shows that student acquired skills with short practice. Learning effect by viewing reverse play video was suggested.

Audience Take Away:

  • Effective use of animation can be utilized for student's nursing skills in the university seminar.
  • Improve motivation for students to learn in face-to-face classes
  • It can be used for clinical technical education such as physical assessment.
  • Utilization of learning effects of video images will promote the learning effect in face-to-face classes.

Biography:

Kiyoko Tokunaga has completed his PhD at the age of 56 years from Osaka University. She earned her Master of Nursing degree at Kitasato University Graduate School of Nursing. She is the Associated Professor of Department of Nursing. Research Interest: Method development and evaluation of nursing skill education using ICT. The use of collaborative learning put into nursing skill education.

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