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|Seher Unver, Duygu Soydaş Yesilyurt and Zeynep Kızılcık Ozkan|
|Trakya University, Turkey|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care|
|Students may have some difficulties about deciding for proper nursing diagnoses, writing down the etiological factors, goals, interventions and outcomes. This study aimed to investigate the effect of group-work on satisfaction and preparing nursing care plans among nursing students. In this study, during June 29th-August 21st 2015, 28 voluntary nursing students took surgical nursing lesson during summer education term and completed their training at university hospital. This study followed two steps. A surgery patient scenario was prepared by lecturers. NANDA-approved nursing diagnosis cards were given to all the students at the beginning of the study. On the first step, students were told to read this scenario carefully and prepare a nursing care plan individually in 45 minutes. After this step, meal break was given and students were randomly selected into 4 groups. On the second step, students were told to read this scenario carefully and prepare a nursing care plan with all together in 45 minutes. A form was given to students which contained 20 items about if they had any difficulties during preparation of the nursing care plan and their satisfaction levels on VAS. Students stated that, understanding the case, writing down the etiology, interventions and outcomes, evaluating the laboratory data were easier with group-work than preparing individually. This difference between group-work and individual preparing satisfaction level was found significantly different (p<0.05). It is recommended to constitute group-works during clinical practicing while preparing the nursing care plans. This may provide ‘synergy’ and help students to share their knowledge and experiences with each other.|
Seher Ünver has completed her PhD from Istanbul University in 2013 and works as an Assistant Professor at the Surgical Nursing department of Health Sciences Faculty at Trakya University. Her areas of interest are Pain, Wound Care, Neurosurgery, Nursing Education and Operating Room Nursing.
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