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Midwife students' self-efficacy, learner satisfaction and related factors of simulated Education: a cross-sectional study

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Abstract: Introduction midwifery training requires intensive skill practice. Simulation based teaching has been found to be a good choice to fill the gap of skill teaching and protect human patients. Objectively evaluate the self-efficacy, student satisfaction and simulation education related factors of midwife students in gundal University, 2015. method. A cross-sectional study was conducted among midwife students. A total of 144 students participated in the study. SPSS 20th edition statistical software was used for analysis. Binary and multivariate logistic regression analyses were performed to evaluate the correlation between explanatory variables and outcome variables. Finally, the correlation strength is determined by the adjusted odds ratio. The confidence interval is 95 , and the value is < 0.05. The consequences are insidethis study the proportion of satisfaction and confidence in simulation learning was 54.2 and 50.7 among participants, respectively. Students who perceived instructors’ assistance during skill practice as “good” showed statistically significant satisfaction, while those students who were satisfied and perceived instructors’ assistance as “good” showed statistically significant confidence during skill practice. Conclusion and Recommendation. levels of satisfaction and self-efficacy of simulation based teaching among Midwifery students are low. Designing a mechanism to improve instructors’ assistance at simulation based teaching is recommended.

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