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Murray, C., Grant, M.J., Howarth, M.L. and Leigh, J. (2008) The Use of Simulation as a Teaching and Learning Approach to Support Practice Learning. Nurse Education in Practice, 8, 5-8.

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  • TITLE: The Effectiveness of Human Patient Simulator on Knowledge, Motivation, and Clinical Competence of the Student’s Nursing about Diabetic Ketoacidosis Management

    AUTHORS: Hotma Rumahorbo, Haris Sofyana, Kartini M. Ali

    KEYWORDS: Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Knowledge, Motivation, Clinical Competence

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Nursing, Vol.8 No.8, August 28, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the effects of human patient simulator to improve the knowledge, motivation, and clinical competence of the students of Nursing about Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Management. Methods: The population of this research is the Students of Diploma III Keperawatan Poltekkes Bandung, Indonesia, who was attending Medical Surgical Nursing subject, one of which learning focus is about Diabetic Ketoacidosis. The research subjects were divided into 3 groups, Full SBL (a group of SBL learning with HPS), Semi SBL (a group of SBL model with Partial Task Trainer Simulation), and Conventional model. The overall sample of the research for the three groups is 90 people. Results: The analysis shows significant result with the Kruskal Wallis test. Followed by the Post Hoc test Mann Whitney test, the result shows that the treatment of Full SBL is better than Semi-SBL and Conventional model for knowledge (40.00 vs. 27.00 vs. 35.00), motivation (74.67 vs. 73.33 vs. 73.00), and clinical competence (79.00 vs. 56.50 vs. 76.00). Conclusion: The result of the research shows the effectiveness of the Human Patient Simulator towards the improvement of Knowledge, Motivation, and Clinical competence of the Students of Nursing about DKA management. In addition, the research found that Full SBL improves Knowledge, Motivation and Clinical competence better than Semi SBL and Conventional model.