Exploring student satisfaction and factors influencing simulation-based learning in nursing education
Hafid Saadi 1 * , Ahmed Kharbach 1 2 , Abdelkader Amchghal 3 , Abdelmajid Lkoul 1 2 , Fouad Khiri 4
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1 Higher Institute of Nursing Professions and Technical Health of the Agadir, Agadir, MOROCCO2 Laboratory of Biostatistics, Clinical Research and Epidemiology (LBRCE), Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Rabat, Mohammed V University of Rabat, MOROCCO3 High Institute of Nursing Professions and Technical Health, Laâyoune, MOROCCO4 Department of Life and Earth Sciences, Regional Center for Careers of Education and Training CRMEF Souss-Massa, Inzegane, MOROCCO* Corresponding Author

Abstract

Introduction: Simulation-based learning is an excellent alternative to teaching and learning in nursing. The study aimed to assess student satisfaction with simulation-based learning and identify associated factors.
Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional study in an academic setting was conducted on 26 May 2022. Satisfaction was measured using a questionnaire with five dimensions and 32 items developed according to the Kirkpatrick model. Linear regressions were used to identify factors associated with student satisfaction with simulation-based learning.
Results: Student satisfaction towards simulation-based learning exceeded 80% for all items. The latter increases when students felt psychologically safe (t=3.014; p=0.004). Students who perceived that the methods their teachers taught to demonstrate skills were appropriate for their learning styles had increased their satisfaction (t=7.781; p<0.01).

Conclusions: The psychological safety of students during the demonstration of skills and the adequacy of teaching methods to student’s learning styles were factors statistically associated with student satisfaction with simulation-based learning.

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Article Type: Original Article

ELECTR J MED ED TE, Volume 16, Issue 4, December 2023, Article No: em2306

https://doi.org/10.29333/ejmets/13778

Publication date: 12 Oct 2023

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