publication . Research . 1999

The significance and perspectives of role playing as a teaching method in process oriented nursing education

小松, 万喜子; 冨岡, 詔子; 山崎, 章恵; 柳澤, 節子; 百瀬, 由美子;
Open Access Japanese
  • Published: 28 Feb 1999 Journal: 紀要, volume 24, pages 15-29
  • Publisher: 信州大学医療技術短期大学部
This study was to report the results of students' responses to role playing which has been introduced as a teaching method in adult nursing clinical practice. About 80% of 79 students participated, positively evaluated their experiences in role playing as useful to their clinical practice, with 20% claiming negatively as not useful. An overall result suggested the usefulness of role playing as a method to enhance students' general readiness to their clinical practice. As students with negative responses were found to have experience only as spectators in a role playing session, further inquiries were needed to clarify students' various responses in terms of its ...
Medical Subject Headings: education
free text keywords: role playing, nursing process, teaching method, adult nursing clinical practice, learning through experience, ロールプレイング, 看護過程, 教育技法, 成人看護実習, 体験学習
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