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Master Thesis

Le sentiment de compétence des étudiants sages-femmes lors d'une urgence néonatale

Abstract : Background: Neonatal resuscitation is an unusual situation but it can be stressful for students. Moreover, the quality and rapidity of the first gestures is going to be in direct link with the neurological prognosis of the child, therefore students must be able to manage a neonatal resuscitation. Methods: Our study’s goal is to estimate midwife student self-efficacy during neonatal resuscitation. A questionnaire has been sent to final year students, in 22 French midwife’s schools. Results: Overall, students feel competent during neonatal resuscitation (69,84%). Our study showed that the duration of training courses is more important than the type of training courses for the feeling of self-efficacy. Conclusion: Sessions of training by simulation are appreciated by students, so, repeated sessions of “low fidelity” simulation would be valuable to improve their self-efficacy. It would be a possibility to develop some evaluation’s certificates about all the elements of neonatal resuscitation.
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Manon Cransac. Le sentiment de compétence des étudiants sages-femmes lors d'une urgence néonatale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03168007⟩



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