Advisor

Parker, Carlo

Committee Member

McNeill, Jeanette

Committee Member

Einhellig, Katrina

Committee Member

Bezyak, Jill L.

Department

College of Natural and Health Sciences; School of Nursing, Nursing Education

Institution

University of Northern Colorado

Type of Resources

Text

Place of Publication

Greeley (Colo.)

Publisher

University of Northern Colorado

Date Created

5-2020

Extent

138 pages

Digital Origin

Born digital

Abstract

As the use of simulation in pre-licensure nursing education increases, it is important to evaluate new approaches to clinical simulation. A new technology called 360-degree immersive video has the potential to be used in nursing education but its use in nursing education has not been studied extensively. This study evaluated nursing student satisfaction and identification of risks to patient safety with 360-degree immersive video simulation when compared to conventional video simulation. In this quasi-experimental quantitative study, 91 final semester nursing students viewed either a 360-degree immersive video simulation depicting multiple risks to patient safety or a conventional video of the same scene. Participants then completed the National League for Nursing (NLN, 2019) Student Satisfaction and Self-Confidence questionnaire and listed identified risks to patient safety depicted in the video. Additionally, participants who viewed the 360-degree immersive video simulation were asked four open-ended, written exploratory questions about their perceptions of the technology. Participants who viewed the 360-degree immersive video simulation had higher satisfaction scores on 3 of the 13 items on the NLN questionnaire than participants who viewed the conventional video simulation. There was no significant difference in the number of risks to patient safety identified between groups.

Degree type

PhD

Degree Name

Doctoral

Local Identifiers

Nation_unco_0161D_10819.pdf

Rights Statement

Copyright is held by the author.

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