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Comparison of the effect of clinical evaluation by two methods: Portfolio and popular, on satisfaction of nurse students
Masomeh Latifi Mrs *, Marzieh Shaban Mrs, Alireza Nikbakht Dr, Abbas Mehran Mr, Zohreh Parsa yekta Dr
tehran faculty of nursing , @razi.tums.ac.ir
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Introduction: Clinical evaluation is one of the important factors in nursing education, and there are some difficulties in evaluation of clinical skills, representing more practical and effective ways in this field is the topic of many researches. So, in this research we designed a lesson plan based on portfolio evaluation method and used it in nurse student's clinical courses. Then we compared their satisfaction from clinical evaluation with popular method. Methods: In this experimental research, students in fifth semester of nursing at Tehran University of Nursing and Midwifery are participated. These students were divided into subgroups of 7 and 8. Each of these subgroups passed the clinical probationary in cardiac unit. After explaining the research goals, these subgroups were put in two research groups randomly. In portfolio group (n=21) students evaluated by using portfolio method and portfolio evaluation tool. And in other group (n=20), popular form of clinical evaluation in university was used. Both groups answered the satisfaction questionnaire in last day. Content validity and reliability of questionnair was tested. Data analyzed by SPSS software and with Chi square, Fisher Exact, Mann Whitney, Wilcoxon and spearman's rho tests. Results: Findings showed that students had 21.5±1.36 years of old and most of them was female and married. Satisfaction in portfolio group was meaningfully greater than popular group in three aspects: alignment of subjects in evaluation method and form with clinical course objects (P=0.04), creating interest and motivation for participation of students in learning (P=0.005), motivating students to use books and other scientific references (P=0.01). Satisfaction of popular group from fairness of evaluation method was greater than portfolio group (P=0.017). There was no meaningful results in other aspects. Conclusion: More satisfaction in some aspects from portfolio method represents acceptance of new active methods of learning and evaluation by students. so, using portfolio as one of the best method of clinical evaluation in nursing and doing more researches advised.
Keywords: Clinical evaluation, portfolio, satisfaction, nurse student
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Type of Study: Nursing Education | Subject: nursing
Received: 2011/08/2
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latifi M, shaban M, nikbakht A, mehran A, parsa yekta Z. Comparison of the effect of clinical evaluation by two methods: Portfolio and popular, on satisfaction of nurse students. IJNR. 2011; 6 (21) :15-28
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