Effectiveness of medical nuclear care nursing training on levels of learning by multimedia software
Journal of Critical Care Nursing : June 30, 2010,
3 (3); e7142
September 30, 2010
Article Type: Research Article
August 27, 2016
August 30, 2010
S M, Ebadi
M M, Mokhtari Noori
J . et al. Effectiveness of medical nuclear care nursing training on levels of learning by multimedia software,
Crit Care Nurs J.
Aims: Preparation of nurses plays an important role in nuclear events and reduces the nuclear consequences.
Training is an important part of preparation process which is provided in various ways. This research was done
to examine the efficacy of nuclear nursing care training by multimedia software on cognitive learning levels.
Methods: In this quasi-experimental study, 30 nurses of one of hospitals in the country were selected by
purposive sampling in year 2009.A Multiple choice researcher-designed questionnaire with 30 questions about
three levels of cognitive learning including knowledge, comprehension and application was prepared and the test
was done in three stages before, immediately after and 4 weeks after nuclear nursing care training by multimedia
software. Scores were compared by repeated measure ANOVA test using SPSS17.
Results: Knowledge scores’ mean in three stages, before, immediately after training and after four weeks were
4.5±1.5, 7.43±1.7, 7.6±1.7, respectively and comprehensive scores’ mean were 3.93±2.05, 8.73±2.03, 7.93±2.3,
respectively and application scores’ mean were 2.72±1.53, 7.4±1.5, 6.4±2.1, respectively. The average total
scores were 10.73±4.02, 23.5±4.25, 21.8±4.96, respectively and showed a significant difference for all stages
and at all levels of learning (p<0.001).
Conclusion: Results prove that multimedia software is effective; therefore, nuclear nursing care training by
multimedia software can be a good alternative to other methods.
Multimedia Software, Nuclear Care Nursing, Training, Cognitive Learning Levels
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