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Research in Medical Education 2013, 5(2): 32-38 Back to browse issues page
Comparison the Effect of two Educational Methods of Neonatal Resuscitation on The Knowledge and Practice of Clinical Staff Working in Kowsar Hospital in 2013
F Samieerad, F Talebi *, Z Mohitabadim, Dr A Barikani
MSc Nursing Hospital development and clinical research center, Qazvin University of Medical Sciences , f_t5206@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Education leads to learning, but depth and stability of various methods of training are different. CPR training should concentrate on making and problem-solving skills in an emergency situation. Proper training and effective performance of neonatal resuscitation can be effective in reducing 99% of neonatal deaths in developing countries can be reduced. The aim of this study, providing two methods of clinical staff training and comparing the effect of these two methods on their knowledge and practice.

Methods: In this intervening, quasi-experimental study, 80 clinical staff randomly are divided into two groups. The first group were trained with manual teaching method using CD, the second group were trained with the two days workshop (first day: theoretical and practice on model, second day: faced with the real environment for neonate CPR. Of the unit's research, pre-and post-tests were performed on both group using a man -made questionnaire (α Alpha 83.0) and check list to determine level of awareness and levels of performance respectively. To determine validity and reliability of the checklist, content validity and test-retest were used respectively. Then, the mean scores were compared with independent t-test and paired t- test.

Results: Comparison of mean scores of pre-test and post-test in two scopes of knowledge(P=0/01, t=5.8) and practice (P=0.01, t=9.3) at the two groups showed significant difference which represents effect of  the education on both groups.

Conclusions: According to higher difference of the mean scores at the workshop's method, it seems that person-centered method has enhanced the knowledge and skills clinical staff at the newborn CPR field. Another reasons that can be expressed, use of instructional aides such model and practical work in a space similar to clinical conditions that is effective on the stability of learning.

Keywords: Resuscitation, Cardiopulmonary, knowledge, practice.
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DOI: 10.18869/acadpub.rme.5.2.32


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Samieerad F, Talebi F, Mohitabadim Z, Barikani A. Comparison the Effect of two Educational Methods of Neonatal Resuscitation on The Knowledge and Practice of Clinical Staff Working in Kowsar Hospital in 2013. Research in Medical Education. 2013; 5 (2) :32-38
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Volume 5, Number 2 (10-2013) Back to browse issues page
پژوهش در آموزش علوم پزشکی Research in Medical Education