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Title: Action learning to improve nursing students’ capacity in disaster preparedness
Other Titles: 采用行动学习法提升护生灾害应对能力的应用实践
Authors: Li, SJ
Chan, SSS
Hung, MSY
Pang, SMC 
Keywords: Disasters
Action learning
Students, nursing
Qualitative research
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: 中华护理学会
Source: 中华护理杂志 (Chinese journal of nursing), Nov. 2013, v. 48, no. 11, p. 992-994 How to cite?
Journal: 中华护理杂志 (Chinese journal of nursing) 
Abstract: 目的: 探索和分析运用行动学习法进行救生包教学过程中,护生的体验和反思。
方法: 采用行动学习法,收集护生的反思报告资料,并采用质性资料内容分析方法进行分析。
结果: 93名护生在行动学习救生包过程中,从最初准备无序阶段到有序阶段,最后进入实现目标的过程。在这个过程中护生不断反思、由浅入深、始终紧紧围绕解决问题的全过程。
结论: 采用行动学习法需要护生进行不断的行动和反思。将救生包准备和演练纳入灾害护理课程,对提升护生解决问题和灾害应对能力发挥着积极作用。
Objective: To examine changes made by students in developing a survival kit in a given disaster situation.
Methods: Action learning approach was adopted. Data from reflective journals were collected. Conventional qualitative content analysis was utilized.
Results: Changes from this learning experience in 93 nursing students was involved from less organized to well organized, and ultimately moving into the next goal in a new situation. Reflection played an essential role surrounded in this constant and iterative process.
Conclusion: Using action learning approach requires participants’ constant action and reflection. Developing a survival kit in the subject of "Disasters and Global Health Challenges" has become distinctive to foster nursing students’ problem-solving skills in disaster preparedness.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/62578
ISSN: 0254-1769
Rights: © 2013 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2013 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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