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J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac 2016, 14(1): 66-77 Back to browse issues page
THE EFFECT OF OTTAWA DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK TRAINING IN AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP WITH AND WITHOUT STANDARDIZED PATIENTS ON CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING OF NURSES IN AN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
elham shahraki moghaddam1, zahrasadat manzari 2, fatemeh hashmati nabavi3, seyed reza mazlom4
1- Mashhad University of Medical sciences
2- Assistant Professor Mashhad University of Medical sciences , Manzariz@mums.ac.ir
3- Assistant Professor Mashhad University of Medical sciences
4- Phd candidate in nursing Mashhad University of Medical sciences
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Received: 30 Nov, 2015; Accepted: 30 Feb, 2016

Abstract

Background & Aims: The complexity of the clinical status of patients in the ICU and the role of nurse’s decisions on clinical outcomes of patients makes the education of nurses an essential task in the wards. This study determined the effect of education based on the Ottawa Decision Support Framework using interactive workshops on clinical decision-making skills of nurses in an intensive care unit (ICU).

Materials and Methods: In this quasi experimental study, 58 nurses from the ICU of Shahid Kamyab Hospital in the city of Mashhad in Iran were randomly-assigned to one of the two workshops either with standardized patients (n = 28) or without standardized patients (n = 30). Each workshop session lasted 6 hours, and it had identical educational content and clinical scenarios. Both groups completed a clinical decision-making questionnaire before intervention, and 45 days post-intervention. Data analysis was done using the t-test, paired test, Mann-Whitney, and chi-square tests in SPSS (v. 16). Results were considered significant at p = 0.05.

Results: There was no significant difference in decision-making (p = 0.120) between groups before intervention. The results of the paired-test indicated that the mean plus standard deviation scores were significantly different (p < 0.001) for the group with standardized patients from pre-intervention (97.7 ± 28.4) to post-intervention (152.5 ± 16.1), and in the group without standardized patients from pre-intervention (85.7 ± 29.2) to post-intervention (121.3 ± 24.6). The mean difference pre- and post-intervention between the group with standardized patients (54.7 ± 22.3) and without standardized patients (35.5 ± 28.2) was also significant (p = 0.002).

Conclusion: The results showed that a training program based on the Ottawa Decision Support Framework promoted nurses participation in clinical decision-making in both groups, but the workshop with standardized patients was more effective in the development of this clinical skill. Applying this educational method in service training programs to improve nurse decision-making is recommended, particularly with the use of standardized patients.

Keywords: Ottawa Decision Support Framework, workshop, standardized patient, clinical decision-making, intensive care unit
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shahraki moghaddam E, manzari Z, hashmati nabavi F, mazlom R. THE EFFECT OF OTTAWA DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK TRAINING IN AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP WITH AND WITHOUT STANDARDIZED PATIENTS ON CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING OF NURSES IN AN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. J Urmia Nurs Midwifery Fac. 2016; 14 (1) :66-77
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