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Effects of contextual interactive healthcare training on caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection: Anxiety, learning achievements, perceived support and self-efficacies during quarantine
Lin, Xiao Fan1; Liang, Zhong Mei2; Chan, Kan Kan3; Li, Wenyi1; Ling, Xiaolan1
2022-06
Source PublicationJournal of Computer Assisted Learning
ISSN0266-4909
Volume38Issue:3Pages:731-742
Abstract

Background: The contextual and interactive learning research was motivated by the need to enhance the healthcare training effect of caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection during quarantine. However, there is a lack of effective approaches to integrating mobile contextual learning into interactive learning. Objectives: Therefore, this study developed a mobile augmented reality-integration contextual interactive healthcare training system, and then investigated the effects of the proposed system on anxiety, learning effects, perceived support and self-efficacies. Methods: To validate the effectiveness of the system, we conducted a quasi-experiment with a sample of 91 caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection. Results and conclusions: Results showed that the experimental group with the developed system was superior to the control group with e-pamphlet instruction in mobile devices, in terms of learning effect, perceived support, self-efficacies and reduction of anxiety during quarantine. Therefore, the mobile contextual interactive healthcare training system could be useful to improve caregivers' self-efficacies as well as their ability to care for patients in the context of COVID-19 infection prevention. Implications: This is one of the few studies of the effective approach for technology-enhanced healthcare education in the COVID-19 pandemic. Some corresponding suggestions are proposed: implementing mobile contextual interactive training activities to enhance caregivers' knowledge, skills and self-efficacies; involving social interactions to relieve caregivers' anxiety; providing professional communications and support while facing difficulties in taking care of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection.

KeywordAnxiety Ar Technology Caregivers Covid-19 Healthcare Interactive Learning
DOI10.1111/jcal.12644
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Indexed BySSCI
Language英語English
WOS Research AreaEducation & Educational Research
WOS SubjectEducation & Educational Research
WOS IDWOS:000742168700001
Scopus ID2-s2.0-85122728831
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Education
Corresponding AuthorLin, Xiao Fan; Liang, Zhong Mei
Affiliation1.School of Education Information Technology, Guangdong Provincial Engineering and Technologies Research Centre for Smart Learning, South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China
2.Zhixin South Road Primary School, Guangzhou, China
3.Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao
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Lin, Xiao Fan,Liang, Zhong Mei,Chan, Kan Kan,et al. Effects of contextual interactive healthcare training on caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection: Anxiety, learning achievements, perceived support and self-efficacies during quarantine[J]. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning,2022,38(3):731-742.
APA Lin, Xiao Fan,Liang, Zhong Mei,Chan, Kan Kan,Li, Wenyi,&Ling, Xiaolan.(2022).Effects of contextual interactive healthcare training on caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection: Anxiety, learning achievements, perceived support and self-efficacies during quarantine.Journal of Computer Assisted Learning,38(3),731-742.
MLA Lin, Xiao Fan,et al."Effects of contextual interactive healthcare training on caregivers of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection: Anxiety, learning achievements, perceived support and self-efficacies during quarantine".Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 38.3(2022):731-742.
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