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A Comparative Study of the Availability and Effectiveness of Cinema and Role-playing in Nursing Ethics Education

Jeong, Seok Hee ORD ID 1 신자현 2

1전북대학교
2전북대학교 대학원 간호학과

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ABSTRACT

This study was designed to compare the availability and effectiveness of both cinema and role-playing as teaching-learning methods in nursing ethics education. A mixed-method research design combining a survey and content analysis was conducted. Data were collected from 2013 to 2015. Participants were 137 senior undergraduate nursing students in a college of nursing in South Korea. Both the cinema and role-playing methods showed high degrees of availability and effectiveness in nursing ethics education. Cinema showed the statistically significantly higher levels of availability, effectiveness, helpfulness for improving ethical decision-making, intention to use, and intention to recommend. The results of this study show that cinema may be a more useful and effective teaching-learning method for nursing ethics education. These findings can be used in developing effective teaching-learning methods for nursing and medical educators in order to improve the decision-making abilities of students and health care providers.

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