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The experiences of human body anatomy observations using the Cadaver Model in the nursing students

간호대학생의 카데바 모델을 이용한 인체해부 관찰경험

  • Kang, Hyun-Lim (Dept. of Nursing, Wonkwang Health Science University) ;
  • Lee, Yeong-Ran (Dept. of Nursing, Wonkwang Health Science University)
  • Received : 2017.02.14
  • Accepted : 2017.04.20
  • Published : 2017.04.28

Abstract

It is to provide the basic materials for the development of a cadaver practice program, the anatomical, educational programs, etc. by confirming the experiences by the nursing college students of the human body anatomy observations using the Cadaver Model. It was intended to understand the meaning and the essence of the experiences by the nursing college students of the human body anatomy observations using the Cadaver Model by selecting the Colaizzi Analysis Method with the materials collected from the interviews with 2 focus group teams. Regarding the essential structure, 6 categories were arrived at, including 'The ambivalence regarding the cadaver practice', 'Running into the true reality', 'Learning a valuable thing', 'The mind for facing the human beings has become deep', 'The feeling that I am gradually becoming a person who tends the sick', and 'The deliberations regarding the sound giving. It was confirmed that, not only with the understanding of anatomy through the cadaver practices, but, also by experiencing and worrying about the understanding, the life and the respect, the death, the ethics regarding the job, etc. the nursing college students were gradually becoming the persons tending the sick.

Keywords

Nursing student;Cadaver;Experience;Focus Group;Qualitative research

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 원광보건대학교

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