Monday, 13 June 2016

A quasi-experiment to evaluate the effects of a blended approach of simulation learning and podcasting on caring behaviour

Jennifer and Emma
Dr Jennifer Loke ad Emma Bush have co-authored:


Loke, J. C. F, Lee, B. K., Bush, E. 2016. A quasi-experiment to evaluate the effects of a blended approach of simulation learning and podcasting on caring behaviours. GSTF Journal of Nursing and Health Care 3:2. 1-7

2 comments:

  1. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  2. We wish to thank the following colleagues as participating investigators:Dr C Purcell for proof reading the final draft submitted for ethics approval and Dr C. Whitfield for proof reading the final draft submitted for funding applications and ethics review. We are also grateful for Dr Whitfield's time for acting out as a student nurse in the ‘Teacher podcast’ and also her effort in distributing some of the post-test 2 questionnaires. We also like to thank the following individuals: Associate Professor Y. Chen at the Southern Medical University (Quangzhou China) for sorting some of the pre-test raw data; Mrs M. Guest for directing students to the various clinical rooms for their simulation sessions and for assisting in managing student withdrawal; Mrs G Wilson and Mrs J Hunter for their assistance in distributing the pre-test questionnaires.

    ReplyDelete