Simulation education with problem-based learning: Effect on nursing students’ communication apprehension

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Young-Hee Kim
Kyung-Hye Hwang
Ok-Hee Cho
Cite this article:  Kim, Y., Hwang, K., & Cho, O. (2018). Simulation education with problem-based learning: Effect on nursing students’ communication apprehension. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 46(1), 151-160.


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We investigated the effect of simulation education with problem-based learning (SIM-PBL) on nursing students’ communication apprehension, assertiveness, and nursing clinical self-efficacy. Participants were 82 senior nursing students at a university in South Korea. Through the pre–post SIM-PBL comparison, we found that communication apprehension in group discussion decreased and nursing clinical self-efficacy increased, but no difference was found in assertiveness. Based on these findings, we recommend the development and application of SIM-PBL for various situations in the curriculum for nursing students prior to clinical practice.

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