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ASSESSMENT OF EFFICACY OF ORAL FEEDBACK ON TRAINEE’S SATISFACTION IN NURSING EDUCATION

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 Start Page 29 | End Page 36

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 Introduction: Presentation of FEEDBACK is an essential component of effective teaching. Unfortunately, it is a challenging subject in the clinical field and trainers do not take responsibility for this subject. The goal of this study was to assess the efficacy of oral FEEDBACK on trainee’s satisfaction in clinical fields.Methods: This quasi-experimental study and sampling was done using convenient method. The sample size was 33 nursing STUDENTs (19 in the experimental and 14 in the control group), who passed their training in a pediatric ward with two trainers. Each trainer participated in both groups. Trainers gave oral FEEDBACK at least once for STUDENT's performance in the experimental group. Data was gathered with demographic forum and satisfaction measurement questioner from FEEDBACK presentation. Data were analyzed using SPSS 17, Mann-Whitney statistical test, and independent t-tests.Results: Score of STUDENT's satisfaction of clinical novitiate and presenting effective FEEDBACK, in the experimental group was 32.94 ± 6.87 and in the control group, this was 28.28 ± 4.87. Therefore, there was a significant statistical difference in satisfaction score between experimental and control groups (P=0.038). After evaluation of 19 items in satisfaction questionnaire, it was demonstrated that FEEDBACK presentation in nearest time of clinical performance caused motivation and a tendency for participating in the training environment. "Feedback caused worrying and made a competitive environment and fear of failure; FEEDBACK presentation can cause the feeling of anger, shame, and aggressiveness." It can cause an effective relationship between STUDENTs and other personnel.Conclusions: This finding in the experimental group was more than the control group (P<0.05) yet in the other 14 questions, there was no significant difference.

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