NSG 410 Stratford University Nursing Research Conducting Discussion
Chosen Article -Effectiveness of a Role-Modeling Intervention on Student Nurse Simulation Competency
1.For this week’s discussion you will choose one research article (one of the four that have been provided on the next link and identify the theoretical framework.
Aronson, B., Glynn, B., & Squires, T. (2013). Effectiveness of a role-modeling intervention on student nurse simulation competency. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9(4), e121-e126. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2011.11.005
The social learning theory (Bandura, 1977) was cited within the article as a theoretical source. The theory suggests that human behavior is learned through the observation of others and by exposure of modeled activities, observers receive a guide for future appropriate. By using a Role-Modeling Intervention of pre-recorded, expert practice videos the researchers were hoping to influence the behavior of the nursing students in those critical patient scenarios. NSG 410 Stratford University Nursing Research Conducting Discussion
- Next you will identify at least one primary source and one secondary source in the reference section which pertains to the theoretical framework.
One source, (Del Bueno) spoke about over 70% of nursing graduates did not meet the expectations in Performance Based Assessment.
Another source (Fero et al.) talked about how 75% of nursing students did not meet the expectations after a simulation.
- Conduct an electronic database search to locate those articles using Gale-Infotract on LIRN, CINAHL, or ProQuest. Briefly review the abstracts of the articles.
Aronson, Glynn, and Squires (2013) conducted a systematic review study that focused on the effectiveness of role modeling intervention. The study was based on student nurse competency through video stimulation. The hypothesis of the survey was included in the review and targeted finding the results of student nurse simulation through video interviews. The hypothesis talked about the effectiveness and response through a model-based intervention to rescue event. The secondary hypothesis determined whether there was a definite relationship between days elapsed and competency scores of the student nurses. The purpose of this critique was to provide proper findings from the seemingly conflicting evidence that was provided by other studies and previously conducted reviews.
The authors stated the problem by providing background information on the problem of the survey. Additionally, they provided a literature review that detailed the necessary information while providing various variables of the study. The purpose of the study was to determine the effectiveness of role modeling intervention and behavioral observation of student nurses. The purpose of the study is relevant to nursing for it provides a clear baseline that can be used by student nurses to improve their performance further. Improved performance also translates to high-quality care provided by the nurses. NSG 410 Stratford University Nursing Research Conducting Discussion
- Last, conduct an Internet search of the theoretical framework. Identify possible benefits and concerns that you uncovered with using this theoretical framework instead of another.
Self-efficacy was used for the theoretical framework because when using a new system and learning something new you need to have confidence. Also, the steps used in the source stated expectations to psychologically persuade them into the new system. NSG 410 Stratford University Nursing Research Conducting Discussion
Aronson, B., Glynn, B., & Squires, T. (2013, April). Effectiveness of a role-modeling intervention on student nurse simulation competency. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9(4), e121-e126. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2011.11.005.
Bandura, A. (1977). Social learning theory. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall
Cohen, J. (1992). A power primer. Psychological Bulletin, 112(1), 155-159.
del Bueno, D. (2001). Buyer beware: The cost of competence. Nursing Economics, 19(6), 150-157.
Fero, L., O’Donnell, J., Zullo, T., Dabbs, A., Kitutu, J., Samosky, J., & Hoffman, L. (2010). Critical thinking skills in nursing students: Comparison of simulation-based performance with metrics. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(10), 2182-2193. NSG 410 Stratford University Nursing Research Conducting Discussion