- ANR (Asian Nursing Research)
ANR (Asian Nursing Research)
Development of a Health Promotion Application on Cancer Survivorship as an Educational Content for Nursing Students
저자 : Yoonhee Seok; Eunyoung E. Suh 게시일 : 2022년 02월 페이지 : p52~p62
|저자||Yoonhee Seok; Eunyoung E. Suh||게시일||2022년 02월||페이지||p52~p62|
|파일||development of a health promotion application on cancer survivorship.pdf|
|키워드||education, mobile applications, nursing, student|
Purpose: This study aimed to develop a health promotion application for cancer survivorship (CS app)
based on the adult learning and self-efficacy theories and evaluated its usability as an educational tool for
Methods: The CS app was developed according to ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation,
and evaluation) model. It consisted of interventions involving medication, diet, exercise, stress
management, symptom management, and regular medical checkup for cancer survivors on three
different levels in terms of difficulty and complexity. It was designed to teach nursing students how to
provide tailored care to cancer survivors as well as help survivors with their repetitive and regular health
management. The Mobile App Rating Scale and the user version of the Mobile App Rating Scale were
used for a heuristic evaluation of the CS app by the experts and student users.
Results: The CS app was developed based on literature reviews and cancer survivorship guidelines. It was
evaluated by 20 student users and five experts based on a 5-point scale and obtained a score of 3.97 and
3.66, respectively. Nursing students rated the CS app positively, mentioning that they were able to “learn
about appropriate nursing interventions for patients in various cases” and that they became interested in
caring cancer survivors’ health using the CS app.
Conclusions: The CS app is an effective and user-friendly educational tool to increase the motivation of
nursing students in learning cancer survivorship care. This highlights the potential of CS app as a useful
learning tool for nursing students.