“EFFECTIVENESS OF BLENDED LEARNING FOR TEACHING CARDIAC DISORDERS ON NURSING STUDENTS' LEARNING OUTCOMES AND ATTITUDE”

Dr. Kanika, Harmeet Kaur

Abstract


An estimate of about 26 million individuals across the world are affected by Heart Failure. There is a necessity of using e-learning in Nursing
profession, because nurses need access to updated information on diseases, treatments and new skills. The purpose of the study was to find out the
effectiveness of Blended learning on Nursing Students' learning outcomes regarding management of cardiac disorders. A True-Experimental study
was conducted among 40 nursing students.
The results revealed that mean post-test knowledge and skills scores in Blended learning group were not significantly higher than Conventional
learning group. Further, mean post-test clinical decision-making scores in Blended learning group were significantly higher than the Conventional
learning group.
Conclusion: Blended Learning was effective in improving the learning outcomes of Nursing Students in terms of Critical Decision-making. There
was a favourable attitude of Nursing Students towards Blended Learning.


Keywords


Blended Learning, Nursing Students, Learning Outcomes, Attitude

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