The Effectiveness of the Implementation of the Hospital Clinical Practice Based Simulation Model on the Practice Learning Outcomes of Nurse Profession Students During the Covid-19

Sapariah Anggraini, Chrisnawati Chrisnawati, Warjiman Warjiman

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Introduction: In connection with preventing the spread of Covid-19, all forms of education, including nursing education, are carried out by videoconference or e-learning (online). This also has an impact on nursing professional students where the application of skills for practice in hospitals is limited so that it greatly affects learning achievement. The application of the model is Hospital Clinical Practice Based Simulation an alternative for nurse students to practice during the Covid-19 pandemic so that learning outcomes can still be achieved. The purpose of this study is to analyze the effectiveness of the application of the HCPBS Model on the practical learning outcomes of Nursing Profession students at STIKES Suaka Insan Banjarmasin during the Covid-19 pandemic. Methods: This study uses a quasi-experimental design with posttest control group design approach. The research sample was students who underwent the nursing profession stage at STIKES Suaka Insan Banjarmasin Force X as many as 30 students. Sampling was carried out using the technique of Exhaustive Sampling. The statistical test used an independent sample t-test with a significance level of <0.05. The research measuring tools are in the form of guidebooks and SOPs for the HCPBS model as well as learning outcomes by looking at assessments from cognitive, psychomotor, and affective aspects. Results: Based on the results of the study, it was found that the significance value of the p-value was 0.001 with a 95% confidence interval of 4.971-9.042. The difference in the mean value between the intervention group and the control group was 7.007. Where the average value for the intervention group is greater than the control group, namely 89.57 for the intervention group and 82.57 for the control group. Conclusion: So, it can be concluded that the Hospital Clinical Practice Based Simulation model is effective in increasing the practical learning achievement of the Nursing Professional Nurse STIKES Suaka Insan Banjarmasin during the Covid-19 pandemic, especially in the intervention group.


covid-19; learning outcomes; model Hospital Clinical Practice Based Simulation; nursing profession; student practice

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