The Development of Video Lesson on Oxygen Therapy in Children For Nursing Students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok

Authors

  • โสภา รักษาธรรม
  • พัชรี วัฒนชัย
  • จารุวัส หนูทอง

Keywords:

research and development, VDO lesson, oxygen therapy, children, nursing

Abstract

          This research and development aimed to develop and evaluate effect of a video lesson on oxygen therapy in children for educating undergraduate nursing students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok according to ADDIE Model. Research was conducted from March 2017 to April 2018. Participants were a random sample of 48 nursing students from the 3rd year nursing students in academic year 2017. Research instruments included: 1) video lesson on oxygen therapy in children related to definition, principle, indications, equipment, procedure, assessment, and monitoring; 2) oxygen therapy knowledge test; 3) oxygenation skill test form; and 4) nursing students’ satisfaction towards VDO
lesson questionnaires. The research process consisted of three phases: 1) studying and analyzing conditions related to VDO lesson at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok; 2) developing the VDO lesson; and 3) VDO lesson evaluation. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and dependent t-test.

         The results are as follows:
1. The efficiency of the VDO lesson on oxygen therapy in children was at 82.59/88.70, which was higher than the expected criterion at 80/80.
2. Mean scores of knowledge on oxygen therapy of post-test using the VDO lesson was significantly higher than pre-test (t (47) = 13.60, p < .001).
3. The percentage of passing the oxygenation skill exam was judged by using a cut point of 70%. It was found that participants in VDO lesson group had higher percentage of passing the oxygenation skill exam (89.60%, N=48) than those in VDO lesson non-use group in academic year 2016 (78.16%, N=87).
4. The participants reported overall satisfaction towards the VDO lesson at very high level (Mean= 4.82, SD. =.24). Their satisfaction was at very high levels in all four aspects including content, design, components, and usage.
The findings indicate that the VDO lesson is effective for self-reviewing and preparing nursing students before practicing in a clinical setting.

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2019-12-02

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รักษาธรรม โ, วัฒนชัย พ, หนูทอง จ. The Development of Video Lesson on Oxygen Therapy in Children For Nursing Students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok. JHNR [Internet]. 2019 Dec. 2 [cited 2022 Oct. 3];35(3):185-98. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/239776

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