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SNUH develops a standard training program to train nurses dedicated to patients with severe medical symptoms.

Hit : 567 Date : 2024-01-25

SNUH develops a standard training program to train nurses dedicated to patients with severe medical symptoms.

-- The Ministry of Health and Welfare has commissioned the development of standard nurse education program to train nurses dedicated to patients with severe medical symptoms.

- SNUH establishes a standardized clinical nursing education operation system...presenting the nursing education standard for patients with severe medical symptoms.  

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Seoul National University Hospital (Director Kim Young Tae) announced on the 21st that it successfully held a performance presentation on ‘Development of a nurse standard education program to train nurses dedicated to patients with severe medical symptoms ’, a project commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

 

Through this project, Seoul National University Hospital established a ‘standardized special ward (intensive care unit, emergency room) clinical nursing education operation system’ and laid an important foundation for clinical nursing education in Korea. In a situation where nurses must have high capabilities and skills due to increased numbers of severe cases of patients and special interventions in intensive care units and emergency rooms, the development of a systematic and standardized education program is meaningful, enabling the training of skilled nurses in a standardized manner.

 

Existing clinical field nursing education has mainly consisted of short-term, one-way education, and the lack of a step-by-step learning and evaluation system according to career has made it difficult to improve nurses' proficiency. A 1:1 individual preceptorship was also carried out in an attempt to address this, but no sustained educational impact was attained.

 

Seoul National University Hospital established a standardized clinical nursing education operation system to train medical personnel to ensure essential medical care anywhere in the country through a project commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, ‘Development of a nurse standard education program to train nurses dedicated to patients with severe medical conditions.’ Using this system, it will be possible to strengthen the capabilities of dedicated nurses and train skilled nurses in a standardized manner through the standard manual for nursing care of severe patients.

 

This performance presentation was divided into various sessions and presented as follows; ‘Exhibition of posters and development programs for operation cases of dedicated nurses in special wards’, ‘Project performance report’, ‘Award presentation of excellent trainees and presentation of experience in special ward dedicated nurse training courses’, ‘Presentation of awards and examples of excellent cases of pilot application of nurse training programs in special wards’, and ‘Excellent Poster Award’. About 300 people, including the Korean Hospital Association, Korean Nurses Association, Hospital Nurses Association, Hospital Critical Care Nurses Association, Hospital Emergency Nurses Association, and nurses from 52 pilot institutions, attended and shared the outcome of the educational program.

 

   In Session 1, textbooks used in the educational program and posters of pilot application cases were displayed, and in Session 2, Seoul National University Hospital Clinical Nursing Education Center Director Choi Wan Hee gave an opening speech, Hospital Director Kim Young Tae delivered a congratulatory address, followed by a project performance presentation by Clinical Nursing Education Team Director Kwon Hee Kyung.

 

Through this project, Seoul National University Hospital developed a total of 267 standard training program materials for new nurses in special wards (intensive care units & emergency rooms) and used them to provide a 7-day training program for special ward nurses for 58 trained nurses. The training program was operated in 52 general hospitals and institutions nationwide, and trainees (new nurses) and training nurses reported high levels of satisfaction rates (4.8 points out of 5), as well as better academic achievement.

 

In the following session, a presentation was made on the educational program experience and operation cases of the pilot application institution. Lee Mi Jeong, a teaching nurse at Chungbuk National University Hospital, and Kang Min Jeong, a teaching nurse at Jeju National University Hospital, both stated, "I felt that my capabilities as an educator improved through the training course, and I hope there will be more educational opportunities like this in the future."

 

Park Geun Hye, a teaching nurse at Korea University Anam Hospital and Lee Joo-Ah, a teaching nurse at Seoul Medical Center, expressed regret, saying, “We were able to build a systematic education system through the education program, but the pilot application period was short at 8 weeks, too short to fully confirm its effectiveness.”

 

Choi Wan Hee, director of the Clinical Nursing Education Center (Nursing Division), emphasized, “It is important to spread the program developed and establish it throughout the country,” and added, “To establish this program, continuous efforts from every medical institution are necessary.”.

 

Hospital Director Kim Young Tae (Seoul National University Hospital) said, “It is very important to strengthen our country’s essential medical care, and this will contribute to strengthening the quality of medical care.”  He added, “In light of this it will be incredibly meaningful to apply the standard training program for nurses in intensive care unit and emergency room developed through this project will be used to train nurses nationwide effectively.”

 

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 [Image 1] 2023 Standard training program lecture plan for new nurses in special wards

 [Image 2] 2023 Standard training program guide for new nurses in special wards

 

 


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