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Using Simulations Based Learning (SBL) is a process for support student nurses to action their roles and participation in SBL scenarios that helpful to learning and nursing skills training before performing nursing care in hospital. The aimed of this Quasi-experimental research using one-group pretest-posttest design was to examine effects of Simulation-based Learning for perceived self-efficacy and outcomes expectation in performing nursing care in hospital of 75 third year nursing students in Boromarajonani of Nursing College Chiang Mai. Research instruments included SBL scenarios, questionnaires for examining student’s perceived self-efficacy and student’s outcome expectations. Data analyzed by using frequency, mean, standard deviation (SD) and paired t-test.
The results showed that after intervention the sample groups had significantly statistically higher average score of perceived self-efficacy and outcomes expectation than before intervention (p < .001).
The findings should promote using SBL to preparing and developing nursing skills for student nurses. The study also recommends to study using SBL for clinical skills competence of nursing students and develop a variety of complex or specific SBL scenarios.
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