Development and Effectiveness of Video Media to Knowledge, Self-Confidence and Satisfaction of Nursing Students in Preparation for Children and Adolescence Care Practicum Experience

Authors

  • Kanjana Siricharoenwong College of Nursing and Health, Suansunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
  • Muntanavadee Mataputana College of Nursing and Health, Suansunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
  • Sumala Sawangjid College of Nursing and Health, Suansunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
  • Chakkrich Pidjadee College of Nursing and Health, Suansunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand

Keywords:

knowledge in children and adolescence care, self–confidence in children and adolescence care practicum, satisfaction for preparing in children and adolescence care practicum, nursing students

Abstract

Introduction: Using video media to prepare nursing students in children and adolescence care practicum experience is an alternative method for increasing students’ knowledge and self-confidence as well as lightening teacher work load. Research objectives: 1) to develop video media and to evaluate its quality, and 2) to test the effectiveness of the media in preparing nursing students for children and adolescence care practicum experience. Research methodology: This quasi-experimental research, pretest-posttest design using the conceptual frameworks of Bandura and Bloom Theories Participants were 59 3rd year nursing students from the College of Nursing and Health, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University by means of cluster sampling. Samples were gathered from the participants in experimental group using video media and control group by means of demonstration. Data were collected using the knowledge test, the self-confidence and the satisfaction questionnaire; and were analyzed using descriptive statistics and t-test. Results: The results showed that the video media were evaluated with the highest score. After using the video media in experimental group, knowledge, and self-confidence on children and adolescence care practice of students were higher than usual with significance level of .001 and .001, respectively. Immediately after the experimentation, knowledge in control group was higher than experimental group at significance level of .05. Conclusions: 1) after using the video media in experimental group, knowledge, and self-confidence on children and adolescence care practice of students were higher than before using the video media 2) after the experimentation, knowledge in control group was higher than experimental group, and 3) after the experimentation, the are no significance of self-confidence and the satisfaction between experimental group and control group. Implications: The recommendation for future studies in preparing nursing students in children and adolescence care practicum experience should combine watching video media and demonstration by teacher because both can enhance the knowledge, self-confidence and satisfaction among nursing students.

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Published

2021-04-09

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Siricharoenwong ก, Mataputana ม, Sawangjid ส, Pidjadee จ. Development and Effectiveness of Video Media to Knowledge, Self-Confidence and Satisfaction of Nursing Students in Preparation for Children and Adolescence Care Practicum Experience. JHNR [Internet]. 2021 Apr. 9 [cited 2022 Jun. 26];37(1):218-29. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/249296

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