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Short Communication - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2023) Volume 6, Issue 2

Nursing speakers perception toward e-learning approaches used in nursing taherdoost gong

Taherdoost Gong*

Faculty of Nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan

*Corresponding Author:
Taherdoost Gong
Faculty of Nursing
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Irbid, Jordan

Received: 16-Mar-2023, Manuscript No. AAICCN-23-95794; Editor assigned: 18-Mar-2023, PreQC No. AAICCN-23-95794 (PQ); Reviewed: 01-Apr-2023, QC No. AAICCN-23-95794; Revised: 03-Apr-2023, Manuscript No. AAICCN-23-95794 (R); Published: 10-Apr-2023, DOI:10.35841/aaiccn-6.2.138

Citation: Gong T. Nursing speakers perception toward E-learning approaches used in nursing sodalities Scoping review. J Intensive Crit Care Nurs. 2023;6(2):138

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Rapid technological advancement, combined with the global experience of the COVID- 19 epidemic, has urged the world to consider indispensable styles of delivering educational content and prostrating unborn heads, performing in unknown growth in education delivery styles via virtual means. Digital technologies have traditionally been used to compound traditional education. Still, incorporating technologies similar as virtual literacy conditioning and easing learning through e-learning has come prominent in ultramodern education E-learning is an evolving conception, defined as the process of acquiring new chops and knowledge by electronic means, with the ultimate thing of applying this knowledge in formal instruction, tone- directed study, and grading. Withe-learning styles, preceptors can engage with large groups of scholars contemporaneously or at their own pace in asynchronous and coetaneous setting.


Nursing Speakers, E-learning, Nursing Sodalities.


Nursing sodalities generally calculate on traditional pedagogy, fastening on face- to- face instruction and training scholars by well- set settings similar as hospitals and laboratories. still, after 2020, due to COVID- 19, the status changed, and utmost nursing sodalities worldwide were needed to change their tutoring system to limit the spread of infection and continue the tutoring process. Unfortunately, the shift and relinquishment of e-learning styles as a tutoring strategy passed suddenly without previous medication for labor force or structure, which may intrude with preceptors' satisfaction and comprehensions [1].

Nursing preceptors considered e-learning a new tutoring experience; therefore, numerous still need further training in using e-learning styles as a tutoring strategy, including preparing classes and designing course plans. numerous nursing preceptors set up the transition to integrate e-learning styles in tutoring nursing scholars grueling , particularly in developing countries, for numerous reasons the global difference in faculty training between nations of high, middle, and low income, lack of technology to instruct distance learners effectively, and limited access to the internet, altogether created a status of query about the preceptors' capability to usee-learning platforms effectively, and benefits from its operation efficiently in tutoring nursing scholars, and therefore, reflected on the opinions and comprehensions toward e-learning application [2].

Perception refers to a combination of knowledge and ideas gained through particular experience about a subject. One's opinion of a subject can be either positive or negative. preceptors' perspectives on the benefits and advantages of e-learning During the COVID- 19 lockdown,e-learning styles were considered a precious volition to traditional tutoring styles. Despite the negative feelings associated with e-learning application, preceptors emphasized their benefits. They believed that e-learning is an effective and practical approaches that give speakers with a new literacy experience. From the perspective of nursing preceptors, thee-learning approaches succeed in demonstrating their significance and benefits in ultramodern life as a tutoring strategy; they give a flexible literacy terrain that can be done at any time and from anywhere as long as there's internet access, saving time, coffers, and effort [3]. Also, e-learning application enhanced creativity and invention among nursing preceptors and helped scholars calculate on themselves and came tonelearners. E-learning is a stress-free tutoring approach that allowed preceptors to finish their course plans on time while boosting collaboration and engagement between preceptors and scholars; likewise, e-learning styles supported preceptors in tracking distracted scholars. Preceptors regarded e-learning as a straightforward approach to presenting lectures. Nursing preceptors' comprehensions and gests of e-learning Nursing preceptors from different countries reported different passions and comprehensions toward e-learning approach operation. Some preceptors, similar as American nursing preceptors, reported that challenges encountered in thee-learning operation, created frustration and emotional torture for preceptors indeed if they held good chops in usinge-learning platforms and comput [4].

This is harmonious with, who revealed that challenges lead to physical and internal discomfort for nursing preceptors in Jordan. A clear agreement among preceptors is that missing out on face- to- face commerce with nursing scholars and using an e-learning strategy to educate clinical courses redounded in a high position of wrathfulness, anxiety, query, and unease among them. Preceptors reported that e-learning is accompanied by a sense of promptness and hypoactivity, which enhanced passions of disappointment and led to a decline in preceptors' provocation toward their work and therefore redounded in overwhelmed and nonplussed passions. Anyhow of the former negative passions and feelings inspired bye-learning approaches, no bone can deny the significance of using technology in the ultramodern educational system, as it eased the transition toe-learning application, and successfully handed virtual clinical accoutrements.


E-learning styles are allowed to be a successful strategy for delivering content that helped preceptors and scholars achieve course objects. Still, compared to the traditional tutoring system, preceptors perceived e-learning styles negatively and considered them ineffective tutoring strategies, especially in tutoring clinical courses. Anyhow of the efficacity of e-learning approaches in the classroom, Turkish and Saudi nursing preceptors expose a relatively positive perception of e-learning effectiveness; due to its limitations in tutoring clinical courses and chops needed in the laboratory or clinical settings. also, preceptors were unclear about the chops demanded to enhance scholars' critical thinking and judgment while applying such an approach due to limited openings to acquire clinical experience and chops else, nursing preceptors considered e-learning approaches as effective strategies for tutoring theoretical courses.


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