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Comparison of the effectiveness of tutored videotape instruction versus traditional lecture for a basic hemodynamic monitoring course.

Authors
Type
Published Article
Journal
Journal of nursing staff development : JNSD
Publication Date
Volume
12
Issue
3
Pages
119–125
Identifiers
PMID: 8716409
Source
Medline
License
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Abstract

As nurse educators find themselves faced with increasing responsibilities and as nursing administrators seek to use nurse educators in the most cost-effective, resource-efficient manner, alternatives to the traditional lecture must be sought. Tutored videotape instruction is an educational method in which a tutor serves to clarify points of confusion and to stimulate discussion during a videotape presentation. Using a hierarchal nested research design, there were no significant differences in participant preference or posttest knowledge scores between the methods. As a result, tutored videotape instruction was adopted as an acceptable educational method. In addition, tutored videotape instruction can serve as a developmental tool for RN preceptors as tutors and for newly hired critical care educators.

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