Effect of Cognitive Apprenticeship’s Instruction on Nursing Process’s Ability of Nursing Students

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Sasidhorn Chidnayee
Suttini Watanakul
Duangjai Phormpayak
Waraporn Yottavee
Anaya Kooariyakul

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          The concept of using cognitive apprenticeship instruction is important to improve nursing process’s ability of nursing student. The aim of this quasi experimental research was to examine effect of the cognitive apprenticeship instruction to enhance nursing process’s ability by compared to the standard score of sixty percentages. Sixty nursing students from 114 in year 2 at Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Uttaradit were simple random. The study tool was the nursing process’s ability test. Data were analyzed applying descriptive statistics and one sample t test. The results showed that 81.67 percent of the nursing students passed the standard score after applying the cognitive apprenticeship instruction. The average posttest mean score was 35.64 (68.54 percent) which was significantly (P<0.05) higher than the standard score. This research showed that the cognitive apprenticeship instruction could be used for improve nursing process’s ability.

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