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The Korean Journal of Emergency Medical Services 2021;25(3): 111-125.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14408/KJEMS.2021.25.3.111    Published online December 31, 2021.
시뮬레이션 교육방법에 따른 응급구조학과 학생들의 전문심장소생술 지식, 수행자신감 및 수행능력의 차이
김현준1  , 이효철2 
1광주선한병원
2호남대학교 응급구조학과
Differences in advanced cardiac life support knowledge, confidence, satisfaction, and performance ability of paramedic students according to simulation education methods
Hyun-Jun Kim1  , Hyo-Cheol Lee2 
1Gwangju Sunhan Hospital
2Department of Emergency Medical Service, Honam University
Correspondence  Hyo-Cheol Lee ,Tel: +82-62-940-3831, Fax: +82-62-940-5196, Email: emt0802@naver.com
Submitted: November 10, 2021  Accepted after revision: December 28, 2021
Abstract
Purpose
This study aimed to analyze the impact of rapid cycle deliberate practice (RCDP) simulation education on advanced cardiac life support knowledge, confidence, satisfaction, and performance ability among paramedic students, and provide basic data on the appropriate methods of educational instruction.
Methods
The 48 subjects to be instructed were divided into the traditional simulation education group and the RCDP simulation education group. Six participants were randomly assigned to each group and pre-surveyed. They were then exposed to a lecture about advanced cardiac life support related theories for 60 min and post-surveyed through questionnaires with the same learning goals and scenarios.
Results
The advanced cardiac life support knowledge (t=-4.813, p=.000) and performance ability (t=-2.903, p=.006) were significantly different between the traditional simulation education and RCDP simulation education groups The results also showed a significant difference in attach monitor (z=6.857, p=.009), analyze EKG rhythm (z=11.111, p=.001), and defibrillation (z=12.632, p=.000), indicating differences in performance capabilities between the two groups.
Conclusion
To improve advanced cardiac life support knowledge, performance ability, and confidence in the paramedic students who receive RCDP simulation education, simulation education methods that are appropriate for the subjects being taught, and detailed learning goals and feedback are necessary.
Keywords: Simulation education method, Rapid cycle deliberate practice, Advanced cardiac life support, Confidence, Performance ability


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