Lgbt Bireylerin Üreme Sağlığına İlişkin Hemşirelik Öğrencilerine Yönelik Geliştirilen Eğitim Programının Öğrencilerin Bilgi, Beceri Ve Tutumlarına Etkisi
Mert Karadaş, Merve
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This research was carried out using a quasi-experimental design in a single-group pre-test-post-test order to determine the impact of a training program based on the reproductive health of LGBT individuals developed for nursing students on the students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes. The research sample consisted of 48 students who were studying in the 4th year of the Faculty of Nursing in the Spring semester of the 2020-2021 Academic year at Hacettepe University and accepted to participate in the study. During eight weeks, a training program including discussion of modules developed for the reproductive health of LGBT individuals, film screening and analysis, demonstration of sample video interviews, role-playing activities, and standardized patient practices was given. The research data were collected using a survey, Information Evaluation Test for LGBT Individuals, Attitude Scale Towards LGBTI Individuals, Reproductive Health History Taking Skills Checklist, Effective Communication Skills Evaluation Form, and Student Satisfaction Evaluation Form. In the data analysis, mean, standard deviation, frequency, percentage distributions, and Wilcoxon test were used. In the study, there was a significant increase in the median of students' knowledge about LGBT individuals (p<0.001), a significantly positive development in their attitudes towards LGBT individuals (p<0.001), and a significant increase in the median scores of effective communication with LGBT individuals and taking reproductive health history (p<0.001) was determined at the end of the training program. According to the data obtained from the research, it is recommended that training programs that use interactive methods should be integrated into nursing undergraduate education curricula so that students can gain knowledge, skills, and positive attitudes towards the reproductive health of LGBT individuals.