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Assessing the nurses' views on educational needs in patient education in 2016
Mona Tehraninezhad *, Sedigheh Neshati Sani, Parisa Mirhaji
Shahid Beheshti Medical University, Tehran, Iran and Master Degree of Medical Education
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Introduction: Educational needs assessment of nurses in patient education domain is a logical and principled educational strategy to promote their capabilities in order to maintain their knowledge, skills and attitude in providing quality healthcare services to patients. This study was aimed to evaluate the nurses’ perspectives on educational needs in patient education at Imam Hosein hospital, affiliated to Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, in 2016.
Materials and Methods: In this descriptive-analytic study, 215 who were nurses working at Imam Hosein hospital were selected as participants of the study. Data were collected by two researcher-made questionnaires. The content validity of the questionnaires was measured by ten experts. Based on Lawshe’s table, the CVI for all items was also greater than 0.8. The reliability and internal consistency were confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha (0.945 and 0.967) and interclass correlation coefficient (ICC) (0.974 and 0.987). Data were analyzed by SPSS (Version 21) software.
Results: The first fourteen priorities of educational needs included familiarity with “advanced organizers” model, familiarity with “retention” model, familiarity with “checklist construction” (skill checklist) for the patient and family, familiarity with “mastery learning” model, familiarity with different assessments (diagnostic, formative, achievement), familiarity with constructing written exams for the patient and family, familiarity with constructing oral exams for the patient and family, knowledge of various types of assessment for the patient and family and using the results of assessment, knowledge of different levels of objectives in attitude domain, knowledge of different levels of objectives in psychomotor domain, knowledge of designing a ten-minute training lecture for the patient and family, knowledge of making appropriate relationship with a non-native patient and knowledge of different levels of objectives in cognitive domain.
Conclusion: The results showed that the knowledge and performance of nurses in patient education are facing challenges, so promoting the knowledge, attitude and performance of the treatment personnel in patient education can direct us to promote education in this domain.

Keywords: Training needs, nurses, patient education.
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Type of Study: Original Research | Subject: Educational Strategies
Received: 2017/06/21 | Accepted: 2017/06/21 | Published: 2017/06/21
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Tehraninezhad M, Neshati Sani S, Mirhaji P. Assessing the nurses' views on educational needs in patient education in 2016 . 3. 2018; 1 (3) :39-46
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