J Korean Acad Soc Nurs Educ.  2014 Nov;20(4):482-490. 10.5977/jkasne.2014.20.4.482.

Comparative Study on Self-leadership, Team Efficacy, Problem Solving Process and Task Satisfaction of Nursing Students in Response to Clinical Training

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  • 1Chosun Nursing College, Korea.
  • 2Department of Nursing, Nambu University, Korea. pmk0220@nambu.ac.kr

Abstract

PURPOSE
This research compares self-leadership, team efficacy, problem solving processes and task satisfaction in response to teaching methods applied to nursing students, and determines whether variations exist.
METHODS
This research experiments before and after the training of a nonequivalent group. The subjects were 36 learners of action learning methods and 39 learners of nursing course methods, and the research took place from October through December 2012.
RESULTS
Prior to the training, the general features and measurable variables of the two groups of subjects were similar, and self-leadership, team efficacy, problem solving process and task satisfaction in both groups were elevated compared to pre-training. In particular, in comparison with the nursing course, there was a notable difference in scores, the action learning method receiving high scores in the problem solving process (t=2.92, p=.005) and task satisfaction (t=2.54, p=.013)
CONCLUSION
It is recommended that educators not only conduct the practice training course for teaching methods, but also incorporate action learning.

Keyword

Leadership; Efficacy; Problem solving; Nursing students; Clinical training
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