In situ simulation: the gain of self-confidence by nursing professionals during cardiopulmonary arrests

Keywords: Simulation; Simulation Training; Trust; Critical Care; Nursing, Team.

Abstract

Objective: to compare in situ simulation to the traditional didactic methodology, regarding the gain of self-confidence of nursing team professionals regarding cardiopulmonary arrest. Methods: quasi-experimental non-equivalent study, developed in an intensive care unit and emergency room of a general hospital. The intervention was an in situ simulation. For data collection, a professional characterization questionnaire was used, and the self-confidence aspect was assessed by the Self-Confidence Scale. Results with p≤0.050 were considered significant. Results: 37 nursing professionals participated. The pre-simulation experimental group was less self-confident (3.4±0.6) when compared to the control group (3.9±0.7). However, 30 days after the intervention, the experimental group showed a significant gain in confidence (p=0.040). Conclusion: the self-confidence of nursing professionals with regards to assisting patients in cardiopulmonary arrest improved significantly with the use of an in situ simulation, when compared to the traditional didactic methodology, through dialogue.

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Published
2019-09-25
Section
Research Article