The effect of simulation-based SBAR education program for nursing students
Min-Jeong Chae,Chosun Nursing College, 309-2, Pilmun-daero, Dong-gu, Gwangju, Korea
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of a simulation based SBAR education program on communication clarity and self-leadership of nursing students. Methods: This research was based on a nonequivalent control group pre-post design. 60 students attending the clinical nursing practice course at S Nursing College participated in the study. To analyze the program effects, paired t-test and t-test were used. As a result, after simulation based SBAR education program, the participants in the experimental group showed significantly increased communications clarity scores and self-leadership scores compared with the control group. Simulation-based SBAR is an effective method of education that improves communication skills and leadership of nursing students. In conclusion, SBAR application program education will reduce various conflicts caused by communication errors and contribute to reduce patient safety problems. From now on, we need to develop a variety of clinical scenarios.
Nursing, Simulation, Communication, Education, Student
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