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The Effect of Mastery learning model for suction and oxygen therapy skills in nursing students
S Dorri , H Hakimi *
Department of Nursing Pediatrics, Islamic Azad University of Lahijan,Lahijan, Iran , hakimi.hb@gmail.com
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Introduction: Mastery learning model is one of the active learning methods that can lead to the training of skillful nursing students and prepare them to nursing profession. This study has been done to determine the effect of mastery learning model to Clinical training of nursing students.
Methods: This Quasi-experimental study with non-randomized sampling was conducted on two groups of nursing students in one of the Islamic Azad Universities in Isfahan Province who had medical-surgical clinical training (nursing respiratory diseases) in 2013 and they divided into the control group (n = 9) with usual Training and the intervention group (n = 7) with mastery learning model in clinical training respectively. Sample allocation was on the decision of nursing clinical unit and without the intervention of the instructor. In each group, pre-test and post-test have been done. Practical skill of students over a period of 3 weeks was monitored and their performance was recorded by daily checklists and questionnaires that their reliability and validity were confirmed by nursing instructors. Data were analyzed by non-parametric Mann-Whitney u test and Wilcoxon through SPSS.
Results: The students’ mean scores and standard deviations in control group and intervention group was 15.76± 0.84 and 15.89 ± 0.79, respectively. These results were not statistically significant (p>0.05(using the Mann-Whitney test. In practical skills  the difference between the mean scores  of checklist at the beginning and  the end of training was 3.2± 0.08 in control group and 8.4± 0.13 in intervention group that it was significant within groups by Wilcoxon (p<0.001) and Mann-Whitney test ( p < 0.0001) showed that promoting practical skills in intervention group is significantly more than control group.
Conclusion: It seems that using Mastery learning model does not make a major difference with the usual model in theoretical learning but it is a good model for training practical skills to nursing students in clinical practice.
Keywords: Active Learning, Education, Nursing, Training Techniques, Student
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