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Journal of Health Science Boromarajonani College of Nursing Sunpasitthiprasong
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ISSN (Print) 2673-0723
Published by Boromarajonani College of Nursing Homepage  [5 journals]
  • The Development of E-Learning for Knowledge and skill Primary Medical Care
           in the 4rd year Nursing Student

    • Authors: Warunee Nadoon, Ubon Patta
      Pages: 16 - 29
      Abstract: E-learning is one of student-centered teaching methods and may enhance the students to gain knowledge and skills of Primary Medical Care (PMC). The purposes included 1) to assess the situations and needs of the learning management, 2) to develop the e-learning model, 3) to determine the effect of the e-learning model on student nurses, and 4) to evaluate the effectiveness of the e-learning model. The research and development included 4 phases 1) analyzing needs for teaching PMC with focus groups, 2) developing e-learning model for knowledge and skill of PMC, 3) studying student’s knowledge and skill of PMC after using the e-learning model, and 4) evaluating the effective of e-learning model. Samples were 15 nursing students and eight nursing instructors. Instruments were question guideline for focus groups and an assessment about knowledge and skills of PMC. Data analysis included content analysis for qualitative data, descriptive statistics for quantitative data, and E1/E2 for evaluating the effectiveness of the e-learning model. The results were presented four parts. Firstly, nursing students and nursing instructors needed learning and teaching PMC through e-learning model to support current technology era and continuing their life learning. Secondly, after developing the e-learning model of PMC for practice, the nursing instructors suggested and supported the nursing students where they learned and taught PMC via e-learning model in four weeks. Thirdly, after using e-learning model the mean scores of nursing student’s knowledge and skills of PMC were higher than the mean scores before using the e-learning model. Lastly, value of E1/E2 was equal to 80/85 accepted. Moreover, nursing instructors and nursing students satisfied and needed to use the e-learning model for PMC practice. The findings suggest that learning and teaching PMC via e-learning model support needs of nursing instructors and nursing students in anytime and anywhere. In addition, it enhances nursing student’s knowledge and skills for PMC.
      PubDate: 2022-06-17
      Issue No: Vol. 6, No. 2 (2022)
       
 
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