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The Effect of Teaching Based on Reflective Education on Management Skills of Preeclampsia in Midwifery Students
Z Mirkazehi rigi , M Tafzoli * , H Karimi Moneghi , A Taghipour , F Shekhi
Department of Midwifery, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Nursing and Midwifery Care Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran , tafazolim@mums.ac.ir
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Introduction: Teaching-learning process is one of the essential topics in clinical education and it requires modern educational strategies. Teaching based on Reflective Education is one of the active learning  methods  which helps students to enhance students ’ability and clinical skills in health care professions. Therefore, this study aims to assessing teaching based on Reflective Education on management of preeclampsia in Midwifery students.
Methods: In this quasi experimental study  with designing in two groups including teaching  based on  reflective education and traditional teaching  before and after education on midwifery students of  nursing & midwifery school of Mashhad University of Medical sciences has been done. Statistical population consists of all bachelors’ students of Midwifery and MSc students of Midwifery and advisory course. Samples include 60 students from 6th and 8th semester of Midwifery at bachelor degree also 2nd and 4th semesters of MSc students of Midwifery and advisory. We used random sampling of students whom were accessible and willing to participate and divided in two groups randomly. Group of teaching based on Reflective Education and group of learning based on University traditional group teaching method. Management skills of the both groups on preeclampsia has been measured before and one week after intervention by help of Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) in 6 Stations. Data were analyzed using of Wilcoxon and Mann- Whitney tests through SPSS.
Results: Outcomes demonstrate that average skill score between two groups in posttest were different. (p<0.05) which shows significant statistical increment in skill scores of teaching based on Reflective Education group.
Conclusion: Teaching based on Reflective Education will enhance the clinical skills of the students in the caring process which can be used in promoting quality of  clinical education.
Keywords: Reflective Education, Students, Midwifery, Preeclampsia
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Education
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Mirkazehi rigi Z, Tafzoli M, Karimi Moneghi H, Taghipour A, Shekhi F. The Effect of Teaching Based on Reflective Education on Management Skills of Preeclampsia in Midwifery Students. rme. 2020; 12 (2) :1-9
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