J Korean Acad Fundam Nurs.  2010 May;17(2):249-258.

Development and Evaluation of an e-learning Blood-borne Infection Control Program for Nursing Students

  • 1Department of Nursing, Sangji University, Korea.
  • 2Department of Nursing, Mokpo National University, Korea. miran@mokpo.ac.kr


To develop an e-learning blood-borne infection control program and to evaluate the effects of the program on risk perception, knowledge, preventive health behaviors related to blood-borne infections, and satisfaction with the program by nursing student.
The program was developed through the processes of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. The pre-experimental research design involved a one group pretest-posttest design. The setting was two universities located in Daejeon, Korea.
Using the program that was designed and developed, results for the total score of risk perception, knowledge, and preventive health behaviors in the post-test application were significantly higher than in the pre-test application (p<.05). Relevance and usefulness of the information received the highest ratings, while the system's design were demonstrated to have the lowest ratings. Those areas requiring correction were modified accordingly.
Application of an e-learning blood-borne infection control program is effective, and can be expanded to other student nurses who also have a high risk of blood-borne infections.


Students; Nursing; Blood-borne pathogens; Infection control
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