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Comparison the effect of clinical evaluation by two methods of Case based Discussion and logbooks on satisfaction of nursing students
GH Zarifnejad , M Rajabpoor , S Sharafi * , M Mohsenizadeh , A Nejat-Mohammad
PhD candidate in Nursing, Student Research Committee, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Birjand University of Medical Sciences, Birjand, Iran , siminsharafi68@gmail.com
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Introduction: clinical education is the most fundamental part of nursing training, so appropriate evaluation methods should be used. Although various evaluation methods such as case based discussion and logbooks, each one has its own advantages and limitations, this study had designed aimed to comparison of the effect of clinical evaluation method with case based discussion and logbooks On satisfaction of nursing students.
Methods: This experimental study with two groups after the intervention was conducted in 2017. Participants were 58 nursing students of Mashhad nursing and midwifery school that draw on both the patient discussion and log books by random assignment. Students' satisfaction was measured by researcher- made questionnaire that its´ reliability and content validity was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha and using expert opinion, respectively. Data were analyzed using independent and paired T-tests and Mann-Whitney through SPSS.
Results: The results showed that the mean and standard deviation of students' satisfaction of case based discussion group was 69/06 ± 22/7 (of 100) and logbook 67/8 ± 21/8 (of 100). Results of Independent T test showed no significant differences between the two groups in satisfaction score (p=0/757). Although students' satisfaction of case based discussion group in suitability field was statistical significant higher than the other group (p= 0/018).
Conclusion: Considering the students´ higher satisfaction of case based discussion method, it seems this method has somehow achieved the expectations of students compared to the logbook method. However, due to insignificant results, studies with a larger sample size and devoting more time to implement this method is necessary.
Keywords: clinical evaluation, case based discussion, log-book
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: assessment and evaluation
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