Attitude and Satisfaction towards Video-Based Psychomotor Skill Training in the Skill Laboratory among Undergraduate Nursing Students

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Kou Heang Hoon, Annamma Kunjukunju, Maznah Ahmad, Nor Laili Ahmad, Nurul Fariza Mohammed Mustafa

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Published: 3 November 2023 | Article Type : Research Article

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Nursing students need to be well-trained in the skill laboratory before they can be placed in a clinical setting to ensure patient safety. To effectively teach these necessary skills, nursing educators use various strategies in the school of nursing. The aim of this study was to determine nursing students’ perceptions regarding video-based psychomotor skill training in the skill laboratory. The study was designed as a cross-sectional descriptive research method. Year one Diploma in nursing students were recruited to participate, and 108 participants responded, resulting in a 100% response rate. The study used a questionnaire that was adopted and modified from a previous study. The questionnaire was divided into three sections: demographic data, attitudes towards video-based psychomotor skill training, and satisfaction levels with the same. The data were analysed using IBM SPSS Statistics Version 26.0 software for Windows. Descriptive statistics were used to determine the attitude and satisfaction of nursing students towards the training, as well as to analyse demographic characteristics. The Pearson correlation coefficient was performed to identify the association between different constructs in the study. The results showed that the students had a positive attitude towards the video-based training because they could review and replay the video anytime for future reference. The satisfaction levels for the training were divided into high (29%), moderate (38%), and low (32%). A significant correlation was found between attitude and satisfaction level (r= 0.799, p=0.000). Most nursing students had positive attitudes and satisfaction with psychomotor skill training through video-based teaching. However, there is still a need for improvement in delivering the content to ensure a better understanding level and higher performance skills from the nursing students.

Keywords: Nursing Students, Skill Training, Psychomotor Skill Training, Nursing Education, Clinical Skill Laboratory.

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Kou Heang Hoon, Annamma Kunjukunju, Maznah Ahmad, Nor Laili Ahmad, Nurul Fariza Mohammed Mustafa. (2023-11-03). "Attitude and Satisfaction towards Video-Based Psychomotor Skill Training in the Skill Laboratory among Undergraduate Nursing Students." *Volume 6*, 2, 37-42