INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REFLECTION IN CLINICAL TEACHING OF SURGICAL NURSING
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Keywords:Clinical practice, Clinical teaching, Nursing, Reflection
This study was planned to examine the effectiveness of reflection in nursing clinical teaching. The research was conducted with the students of the Nursing Department at a foundation university in Istanbul, and the universe consisted of students who took the surgical nursing course between March - May 2017. The research population was 121 students who made clinical practice within the scope of the surgical diseases course. Data were collected with the Reflection Method Evaluation Form. It is introduced by giving a guide to students. They were asked to create a detailed report during patient care in clinical practice. They were asked to write under the titles of the importance of the event, its definition, situation analysis and action plan. The reports were discussed, the topics covered were determined and the students' evaluation of the method was provided. When the reflective thinking method was evaluated, the mean score of the numerical scale was determined by the students as 7.10±2.25. The first three achievements of the students regarding reflection were that the student took ownership of the problems and gained a more realistic view, handled the ethical approach, and developed the expression of thoughts and feelings. It was concluded that the reflection method has positive gains in nursing education.
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