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Development and evaluation of video discharge eduation program focusing on mother-infant interaction for mothers of premature infants

  • 라진숙
  • Graduate School, Yonsei University
  • 2011
Development and evaluation of video discharge eduation program focusing on mother-infant interaction for mothers of premature infants
  • Data Type
    Thesis
  • Title/Author
    Development and evaluation of video discharge eduation program focusing on mother-infant interaction for mothers of premature infants=미숙아 어머니를 위한 모아상호작용 중심의 동영상 퇴원 교육 프로그램의 개발 및 평가/Jin Suk Ra.
  • Publication
    Seoul : Graduate School, Yonsei University, 2011.
  • Author
    라진숙
  • Phy Desc.
    viii, 155 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
  • Dissertation
    학위논문(박사) --Graduate School, Yonsei University :Dept. of Nursing,2011.8
  • Language
    English

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate a video discharge education program focused on mother-infant interaction for mothers of premature infants. The content of the program is based on Mercer’s (1995) ‘becoming a mother’ theory. Video production employed the process of Network-Based Instructional System Design (NBISD) model. In this study, video is used for teaching methods to apply video modeling directly affect and enhance the factors of the micro system introduced in Mercer’s (1995) theory, which is capable of ultimately promoting a becoming a mother. Also, video education is appropriated for mothers since it give role model. For the contents development, needs and concerns of mothers of premature infants and existing literatures were analyzed. Based on these results, the scenario was developed, and video was produced. Produced video was evaluated twice by the expert group and modified. The expert group composed with, 4 nurse educators, 1 head nurse at NICU, NICU nurses who have experience 5 years more, 24 pediatric nurses in advanced nurse practitioner course, and 6 mothers of premature infants. The group participated in evaluation of content validity, scenario development, and evaluation of final video production. The final video has two parts and lasts 20 miniutes. The first part focuses on mother-infant interaction, characteristics, states, and signals of premature infants and the second part focuses on health management of infants. Eleven mothers of premature infants participated in the final operation and evaluation of the video education. The operation lasted 40-60 minutes; video viewing followed by question and answer sessions. The participants evaluated that the program using video is appropriate as a teaching method and education contents, especially contents on mother-infant interaction, maternal sensitivity, and maternal role confidence beneficial. Since there are not many video materials to promote maternal-premature infant interaction, it is strongly suggested to use the video at practical setting. Also, long term effects of early maternal-premature infant interaction need to be studied.

Table of Content

LIST OF TABELS
LIST OF FIGURE
LIST OF APPENDICES
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER
Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION
A. Background
B. Purpose
C. Definition of term
1. Premature infant
Ⅱ. LITERATURE REVEW
A. Mother-premature infant interaction
1. Effects of mother-infant interaction on development of premature infants
2. Effects of maternal sensitivity on mother-premature infant interaction
3. Effects of mother-preterm infant interaction on maternal role confidence
B. Discharge education programs for Mothers
1. Contents of existing discharge education program
2. Teaching methods of existing discharge education program
Ⅲ. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
Ⅳ. METHODS
A. Research design
B. Steps of study
1. Analysis
2. Design
3. Development
4. Operation
5. Evaluation
C. Measurement
1. Appropriateness of teaching method and the contents of the program
2. Quality of video
3. Self evaluated program effects on improvement of mother-infant interaction
4. Self evaluated program effects on improvement of maternal sensitivity
5. Self evaluated program effects on improvement of maternal role confidence
D. Data analysis
Ⅵ. RESULTS
A. Analysis
1. Contents of concerns of parents of premature infants
2. Analysis of existing discharge education program
3. Organizing an expert group for scenario development
4. Organizing a video production team
5. Recruiting of an infant model and equipments
B. Design
C. Development
1. Development of themes of the program
2. Contents development of the program
3. Development of scenario
4. Video production
D. Operation
1. Operation plan
2. General characteristics of participants
E. Evaluation
1. Appropriateness of teaching methods and contents of the program
2. Quality of video
3. Evaluation of the effects of the program
Ⅶ. DISCUSSION
A. Contents of the program
B. Teaching method of the program
C. Limitation of the study
D. Significance of the study
1. Perspective of nursing science
2. Perspective of nursing research
3. Perspective of nursing practice
Ⅷ. CONCLUSION
A. Summary
B. Recommendation
REFERENCES
APPENDICES
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