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Wednesday, July 29 • 12:45pm - 1:15pm
P36: The effectiveness of Simulation-based Zoom Learning (SBZL) on Enhancing Clinical Decision Making for Nursing Students

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The Hong Kong Hospital Authority has stepped up social distancing to combat the novel coronavirus outbreak. Clinical practicum and assessment for nursing students has been suspended since January 2020. Final year nursing students are required to achieve clinical decision making for graduation and for the licensure of registered nurse in Hong Kong. The project aims to provide support to teachers for the development of courseware and implementation of simulation-based Zoom learning (SBZL) activities to substitute clinical practicum. It also examines the effectiveness of SBZL on students’ clinical knowledge and decision making, perception of capabilities and teaching and learning environment, and teachers’ perception and experience of SBZL. Influential factors to the success and failure of SBZL will be identified. SBZL involves the use of case scenarios simulated in virtual wards to facilitate student learning and assessment and elicit their discussion on Zoom platform. Case scenarios are developed by a research assistant (nurse) and corresponding instructors in the School of Nursing. These scenarios are simulated in our virtual wards and delivered online using Zoom. After students’ discussion, their individual commands (clinical decisions) are executed in the virtual ward. Students then know the consequence of their decisions in terms of the clinical responses of the simulated manikins. The outcomes are evaluated using a pretest post-test design and a historical control by assessment score, Student Engagement Questionnaire, and qualitative individual interviews.Preliminary findings will be reported and discussed in the symposium.

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Wednesday July 29, 2020 12:45pm - 1:15pm HKT
Room B
  Online Teaching II, Poster
  • Session Type Poster
  • Presentation Type Poster
  • Poster No. P36
  • Order in Theme Session 1
  • Submission No. 78