Related literature of skills return demonstration of nursing students

Instructors assess each student's performance based on the control lists prepared specifically for each skill, and score them as "Done: 1 point" or "Not Done: 0 points".

Moreover, the figures, movements, illustrations used, and demonstrations presented can be seen. Further the study reflects that clinical teachers make a valuable contribution to the students learning process. Of the numerous clinical rotations handled by few clinical instructors, assessment as regards behaviour and relations towards the latter has long been structured.

Keywords: Clinical competence, nursing, palpation, students, video—audio media Introduction In the last few decades, nursing education in India has undergone tremendous change, from informal bedside hospital-based training to university-based graduate, postgraduate, and doctoral nursing education.

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The reliability of the structured rating scale was tested using the inter-rater method by two raters. They should regularly update their knowledge and skills on the latest trends in clinical practice, to enable them to teach procedures which are relevant to the current practices and technological developments in the clinical setting.

The only difference is the completeness of the materials and strict compliance with the maintenance of sterility.

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The interviews were tape recorded, taken down in notes and verbatim transcriptions were made. This knowledge contributes to the improvement of nursing education for the production of more efficient nurses. Each student from the group was asked to perform the obstetrical palpation and at the same time, the competency was assessed through the rating scale. It coincides with the findings of Mlek [34] which states that despite the anxiety and stress experienced by the student nurses, most of them were able to perform clinical skills and for the most part of the anxiety did not affect their performance negatively. According to the famous saying, right practice is the safest investment toward hazard-free care, and right practice comes from right education. Today 23 4 , — Obstetrical palpation refers to antenatal examination of a pregnant woman that consists of the following components: Palpation-fundal palpation—determines the presence of head or buttocks of the fetus; lateral palpation—determines the fetal back in order to determine position; pelvic-palpation-pelvic grip 1—determines the pole of the fetus; pelvic grip 2 Pawlik's maneuver —determines the engagement of fetal head;[ 16 ] and auscultation—a Pinards fetal stethoscope is used to hear the fetal heart sound. Methods 3. Abstract Background: Teaching methods have failed to keep up with the pace of the changing curriculum.

Method: the author evaluated the nursing skills laboratory exam papers of sophomores in nursing programs for seven years. Con- flict in the preceptorship or field experience: a rippling tide of silence. Obstetrical palpation is one of the areas of clinical practice which demands accuracy and expertise that improve with the length of experience.

Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities for the professoriate.

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