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Study about the satisfaction with simulation practice course experience on ACLS of paramedic students

전문심장소생술 시뮬레이션 실습교육 경험 만족도에 관한 연구 -응급구조학과 학생대상-

  • 유순규 (을지대학교 응급구조학과) ;
  • 권혜지 (을지대학교 응급구조학과)
  • Received : 2015.09.21
  • Accepted : 2015.10.08
  • Published : 2015.10.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analysis a Korean version of Satisfaction with Simulation Experience(SSE) Scale by paramedic students. Total number of 111 students majoring in the EMT-paramedic education area have taken part in the survey after completing the professional cardiac resuscitation simulative training, using the standardized simulation satisfaction evaluation method (SSE scale). Through the scale, one's preference, necessity, ACLS theory grade, and satisfaction rate per year regarding the training were measured. To analyze one's preference, necessity, ACLS theory grade, and satisfaction rate per year in regards to the training, one-way ANOVA was used. The result reveals that the overall satisfaction rate was generally quite high. When one's preference and necessity rate is high, the satisfaction rate also seems to increase. The result indicates that the simulation training will enhance the students' clinical skill, patient evaluation, and treatment capability as well as one's field adaptation skill at the time of an emergency occurrence. Eventually, training through the ACLS simulation will be used in the future for the benefit of encouraging students from emergency rescue to adapt to the site of an emergency. Therefore, such an education method should be maintained and further developed.

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