Research on the Application of Cross-Specialty Education and Situational Simulation Teaching in Operation Nursing Practice Teaching

Fangyin Liu, Liuyue Wang, Jingjie Zhao, Liucui Chen, Xialu Zhang, Chaoling Ling, Guiling Shi, Qiujiao Liao, Liuzhi Wei, Zechen Wang, Qiuju Wei, Jihua Wei, Lingzhang Meng, Qunqiang Luo


Objective To examine the practical effect of inter-professional education and situational simulation teaching implemented in surgical nursing practice teaching. Methods On the whole, 100 undergraduate nursing students in the operating room of the hospital of the authors from May 2019 to August 2020 were selected. These students fell to two groups with the random number table method. The control received the regular teaching, and the research group were given the interprofessional education and context. The Simulation teaching was conducted to compare the theoretical knowledge, skill level, various abilities of the two groups of students, as well as the satisfaction of the operating room doctors to the nursing cooperation of the interns. Results The research group achieved higher theoretical knowledge and a higher skill level than the control (p < 0.05); the various abilities of the research group were higher than those of the control (p < 0.05); the operating room doctors of the research group were more satisfied with the nursing cooperation of interns, as compared with those of the control (p < 0.05). Conclusion In the surgical nursing practice teaching, the inter-professional education and the situational simulation teaching have significant effects and are worth clinical applications.

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