Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): Perceptions of Nursing Students in Tuberculosis Diagnosis

Ana Caroline Guedes Souza Martins, Gisele de Brito Brasil, Jackline Leite de Oliveira, Maria do Perpetuo Socorro Dionizio Carvalho da Silva, Elaine Cristina Cavalcante Ribeiro, Suelen Trindade Correa, Lidiane de Nazare Noronha Ferreira Baia, Rosa de Fatima Freitas de Carvalho, Luan Ricardo Jaques Queiroz, Hellen de Paula Silva da Rocha, Marluce Pereira dos Santos, Soraya Galvão Martins (+16 others)
2020 International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science  
Objective: Evaluate the perception of nursing students from a public university regarding the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) on the topic of tuberculosis diagnosis. Method: Quantiqualitative research, carried out in the Nursing Undergraduate Course of a public university, in june 2019, with the participation of 30 nursing students, who answered a self-administered questionnaire. It was used percentage and Pearson's Chi-square for statistical analysis. For the analysis of
more » ... e analysis of qualitative data, the free word evocation technique was used. Results: The study shows that 73.3% of academics reported that the scenario developed in the OSCE exam contributed to the exercise of nursing in the face of tuberculosis diagnosis, 76.7% considered it necessary that Nursing Courses should modify the preparation of academics in relation to tuberculosis and 76.7% recommend developing greater skill for nursing consultations and home visits to patients. Conclusion: It is concluded that the exam's potentialities were highlighted, discussing its benefits in relation to learning needs.
doi:10.22161/ijaers.75.54 fatcat:7qmstivvm5bqfbbjeyo3qr4jea