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The quasi-experimental research aimed to develop NICU-ISBAR technique form for hand-off for nursing students and to compare Knowledge, attitude and practice of nursing students before and after using the NICU- ISBAR. The subjects were 32 student nurses who practiced in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the Pediatric nursing practicum course. The research instruments consisted of the ISBAR training plan, 2-scenario for NICU-ISBAR practice, draft edition of NICU-ISBAR and NICU-ISBAR efficiency questionnaires. This research questionnaires has been verified for content validity by an experts have Index of Item-Objective Congruence (IOC) ranged from 0.67 to 1.00. Reliability of the questionnaires were conducted by Cronbach’s Alpha Coefficient at 0.96. Data were analyzed by frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation and dependent t-test.
The research revealed the following results: 1) The data sheet according to ISBAR technique at the Neonatal Intensive Care Center (NICU- ISBAR) was used two-sided horizontal A4 size paper. It was divided into sections according to ISBAR technique. It was identify, background, and recommendation divided one data per segment and divided the situation and assessment data into 4 subsections according to the number of days students practice each week. 2) The mean scores of knowledge, attitude and skills in hand-off were significantly higher after using NICU-ISBAR (p<.05)
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