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Journal: حیات
Year:1394 | Volume:21 | Issue:2
Start Page:40 | End Page:53

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COMPARISON OF EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERACTIVE AND NONINTERACTIVE VIRTUAL EDUCATION ABOUT BRAIN DEATH AND ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION ON KNOWLEDGE AND SATISFACTION OF CRITICAL CARE NURSES

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 Start Page 40 | End Page 53

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 Background & Aim: Virtual education can be delivered via different routes. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of interactive and non-interactive virtual educations about brain death and organ transplantation on KNOWLEDGE and satisfaction of education among intensive care nurses.Methods & Materials: This quasi-experimental study was conducted on intensive care nurses of hospitals affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2014. Participants were selected through a convenient sampling method and were assigned into two groups with 32 participants in each. The first group participated in an interactive ELECTRONIC EDUCATION; while the second group received a non-interactive education about brain death and organ transplantation. KNOWLEDGE of both groups was measured before and after the education. The satisfaction of participants with the course was measured using a questionnaire. The scores were compared within and between groups using the paired and independent -test, respectively.Results: The KNOWLEDGE of both groups increased significantly after the intervention (P<0.001); however, there was no significant difference between the mean scores of the two groups after the education (P<0.05). The satisfaction with the course was significantly higher in the INTERACTIVE EDUCATION group (P=0.04).Conclusion: Both interactive and non-interactive ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONs increased the KNOWLEDGE of nurses. The nurses were more satisfied with the INTERACTIVE EDUCATION. Further studies are recommended.

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