Using e-learning to support clinical skills acquisition: exploring the experiences and perceptions of graduate first-year pre-registration nursing students - a mixed method study.

Abstract:

BACKGROUND:Clinical skills education must accommodate the different needs of nursing students, particularly in view of increasing numbers of graduate entrants. E-learning has been promoted for its ability to engage learners and customise the learning process and evidence supports its use for clinical skill acquisition. However, graduate nursing students have unique needs, and their perceptions and experiences of e-learning require exploration. AIM:The aim of the study was to explore graduate first year nursing students' perceptions and experiences of e-learning when used to supplement traditional methods to learn clinical skills. DESIGN/METHOD:Mixed methods, employing qualitative and quantitative approaches, were used. Eighty-three (46%) participants were recruited from a cohort of graduate students (n=180) enrolled in an accelerated pre-registration nursing programme. Participants completed e-learning educational materials prior to attendance at clinical skills sessions. Focus groups (n=2) explored participants' (n=15) experiences and perceptions of e-learning and identified common issues. Discussions were transcribed verbatim and analysed using a thematic approach. Findings informed the development of a questionnaire which sought to confirm perceptions of e-learning and the perceived value for clinical skills acquisition in the larger student group. Data from questionnaires (n=83) were analysed using descriptive statistics. RESULTS/DISCUSSION:Students found e-learning valuable for developing clinical skills and, although they viewed it positively, they did not want to relinquish conventional teaching methods, preferring both in combination. Video clips were perceived as the most useful feature while online readings were viewed as the least useful. An underestimate of time requirements, navigational issues and technical difficulties were reported frustrations. CONCLUSION:Although limited by potential volunteer bias, findings contribute to the ongoing discourse on how e-learning can support clinical skills education and provides insights from the perspective of graduate nursing students. E-learning does not suit the needs of all learners. This must be recognised to enhance the learning experience.

journal_name

Nurse Educ Today

journal_title

Nurse education today

authors

Bloomfield JG,Jones A

doi

10.1016/j.nedt.2013.01.024

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-12-01 00:00:00

pages

1605-11

issue

12

eissn

0260-6917

issn

1532-2793

pii

S0260-6917(13)00026-9

journal_volume

33

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