The aim of the present study was to challenge the implementation of an e-learning education program for syringe pump use” Saint-Marc metal (2019).
To prevent the incidence of risks imputable to human error during the process of preparing the infusion pump, clarity in teaching and learning are required. Because traditional classroom training is difficult and time-consuming, the aim of the present study was to challenge the implementation of an e-learning education program for syringe pump use. The impact of the e-learning program was evaluated with 100 nurses between March and June 2016. The e-learning program significantly increased general baseline knowledge in syringe pump use; however, aspects of the program confused participants. The feedback from 98 % of nurses on the e-learning program was that it was effective in helping them with this skill. However, only 54 % opted for the e-learning program versus traditional training. The present study showed nurses preferred a blended learning format. Based on our hospital incident and error reports, this study shows local training requires a specific approach strategy for syringe pump education.
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Saint-Marc, P., Ratiney, R. and Schlatter, J. (2019) Challenges in Implementing an E-Learning Education Program for Syringe Pump Use. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 16(1).