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The Development of an ‘ e-learning ’ based Orientation Program for new graduate Nurses

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  1. The Development of an ‘e-learning’ based Orientation Program for new graduate Nurses Sun Sook Choi, RN,MSN Department of nursing, Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea

  2. e-learning based orientation program 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Background 1 • The Internet is our society rapidly • Learning demand is increasing • Limitation of the classroom lecture (time & space) • Should be led by a teacher - effective education to meet the needs of the information age

  3. e-learning based orientation program 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion 2 PURPOSE Strengthening the self-initiated type learning Shorten the length of time for Orientation Program Strengthening the nursing unit practice To improve their ability to adapt to the jobs Development 18 contents

  4. e-learning based orientation program 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion 3 Participants& period • period : January 2002-December 2002 we are developing other programs2003.too • Participants More than 15 HN, Asan Medical Center 3 Content provider 3 program developers 3 multi-media producers

  5. Need analysis(Jan) Development Design& Development Application(Dec) Evaluation Evaluation (Oct) e-learning based orientation program 4 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Development Process 1

  6. Need Analysis • Reflecting the job structure • Learner characteristics & need Design & Dev • Orientation contents collection • N-ISD teaching design model • Storyboard • Multi-media(video, voice,photographs, flash) • Learner operation system • Contents revision Application - 60 new graduate nurses (Sep, 2002) Evaluation • Users’ evaluation (Dec, 2002) • effect evaluation(Dec,2003) e-learning based orientation program 5 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Development Process 2

  7. e-learning based orientation program Development Process 3 : Orientation Program AMC 6 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion A month before posted A week after posted Two weeks after posted 3-8 weeks after posted Blended learning

  8. AMC home page e-learning My classroom contents Progress/record Q&A Notice Orientation Oxygen T Suction etc e-learning based orientation program 7 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Results : e-learning process

  9. e-learning based orientation program 8 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Results – learner management • A head nurse is in charge of the learner management the learner management includes : • Memberships /certification attendence • Progress/records • Q& A management • Notification& suggegtion management • Developing, maintaining& correcting contents

  10. e-learning based orientation program 9 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Results - Evaluation  The first evaluation after applying the program(2002) participatnts: 60 new graduate nurses simply surveying their satisfaction • The second evaluation after applying the program (2003) :The effects of e-learning

  11. e-learning based orientation program 10 Results – User’s response 1 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Satisfaction : users is high as 4.5 points of 5

  12. e-learning based orientation program 11 1. Bacground 2. Purpose 3. Participants & period 4. Process 5. Results 6. Conclusion Conclusion– Expected effect • Strengthen the self-initiated learning • Shorten the orientation time • Help new graduate nurses to adapt themselves to the clinical practice • Manage learning status continuously • Save educational cost • Become a leader of cyber learning in our nation