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Student nurse perceptions of video simulation and critical reflection for developing clinical reasoning skills: A cross cohort study

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Macartney, MJ ORCID: 0000-0001-7265-5725, Namasivayam, P and Cooper, JF 2021 , 'Student nurse perceptions of video simulation and critical reflection for developing clinical reasoning skills: A cross cohort study' , Student Success, vol. 12, no. 1 , pp. 47-55 , doi: 10.5204/ssj.1653.

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Abstract

Clinical-reasoning (CR) provides a framework for higher-order critical thinking that fosters a nurse’s ability to assess,process and remedy clinical encounters and is considered essential for the provision of quality healthcare. This studyaimed to determine whether student nurses regard the inclusion of video-simulation with critical-reflection as avaluable opportunity to develop their CR skills. An existing case-based assessment was redesigned to include shortvideo-simulations where deliberate but subtle CR flaws were included, requiring students to identify strengths andweaknesses of their own CR process. Following completion of the assessment a modified student satisfaction and selfconfidence Likert scale survey with open-ended questions was conducted to identify perceptions towards theassessment task. Incorporating video-simulation and critical-reflection was perceived as a useful opportunity todevelop CR skills by student nurses. Albeit, students studying in a traditional three year Bachelor of Nursing cohortwere more positive of the opportunity than their peers in a two year fast-track cohort.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Macartney, MJ and Namasivayam, P and Cooper, JF
Keywords: nurses, education, technology enhanced learning, student perspective
Journal or Publication Title: Student Success
Publisher: Queensland University of Technology
ISSN: 2205-0795
DOI / ID Number: 10.5204/ssj.1653
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