Wound care specialty training method based on patients' demands and its effect evaluation
DOI: 10.23977/tranc.2021.030102 | Downloads: 1 | Views: 173
Zhang Xi 1
1 Xiang'an Hospital Affiliated to Xiamen University, Xiamen, 350213, China
Corresponding AuthorZhang Xi
Objective: to construct a training method of wound nursing specialty based on patients' demands. Methods: A total of 30 first-term wound specialist nurses (all female) from 10 hospitals above Class II in various parts of a province were selected. The wound care center conducted practical training based on patients' demands for wound care. Questionnaires and theoretical operation tests were conducted before and after the training to assess the current situation and needs of participants in wound theory and skill operation, and a specialized training program was formulated. After the theory and skill test was conducted. Results: In the training examination, the qualified rate of specialist nurses' theoretical knowledge and practical skills was 100%, and the qualified rate of thesis defense and case display was 100%. After the training, the scores of wound theory and operation of 30 nurses were significantly higher than those before the training, and the operation of wound care skills were significantly improved, with statistically significant difference (P < 0.05). The satisfaction of training nurses to the training content was 97.35%. Improved assessment, measurement, recording of general wounds for clinical caregivers; Conclusion: The wound care training method based on patients' demands in this research can effectively improve nurses' wound care ability, and provide valuable reference for the construction of clinical training base.
KEYWORDSPatient demands, Wound care, Specialized training, Effect evaluation
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Zhang Xi, Wound care specialty training method based on patients' demands and its effect evaluation . Transactions on Cancer (2021) 3: 7-12. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/tranc.2021.030102
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