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Kh. Oshvandi, Ph.D, S. pourYousef, M.Sc., A.Bikmoradi, Ph.D.. The Effects of Inquiry-Based Clinical Instruction of Nursing Students on Applying Nursing Process Skill. Avicenna J Nurs Midwifery Care 2013; 21 (1) :5-15
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Background: Effective clinical teaching requires to efficient educational methods which can develop appropriate knowledge and skill in students. This study aimed to assess the effect of inquiry-based clinical instruction on applying nursing process skillstudents.
Methods: A quasi-experimental study was conducted using before after design by Participation 38 nursing students. The students were divided in two experimental (N=19) and control groups (N=19) randomly.After taking pre-test about applying nursing process skill by 5 checklists, control group received regular education and experimental group educated by using inquiry-based clinical instructionfor 10 days. Then the post-test was performed. The data was analyzed by using independent sample T-test and paired samples T tests.
Results: Both methods of clinical education were effective in the promotion of  Nursing process skill of students (P<0.001). Comparing results in the control and experiment groups in applying nursing process skill showed differentes in assessment (P=0.004), nursing diagnosis (P<0.001), planning (P<0.001), implementation (P<0.001), evaluation (P<0.001) and whole nursing process (P<0.001).
Conclusion: Inquiry-based method in clinical instruction was more effective on applying nursing process skill of nursing students rather than the routine method of clinical education. Therefore, it is recommended to use this method in clinical education of nursing students.
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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Nursing
Accepted: 2016/02/14 | Published: 2016/02/14

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