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研究生:陳冠亨
研究生(外文):CHEN,KUAN-HENG
論文名稱:運用課程設計培養批判性思考之研究
論文名稱(外文):A Study on Curriculum Design to Cultivate Critical Thinking
指導教授:陳國雄陳國雄引用關係
指導教授(外文):CHEN,GUO-SYONG
口試委員:顏瑞美黃佩雯陳國雄
口試委員(外文):YAN,RUEI-MEIHUANG,PEI-WUNCHEN,GUO-SYONG
口試日期:2020-05-16
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:正修科技大學
系所名稱:經營管理研究所
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:中文
論文頁數:57
中文關鍵詞:批判性思考改善策略決策實驗室分析法
外文關鍵詞:critical thinkingImprovement strategyDecision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory
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隨著科技進步,現代人接觸到越來越多合成化學物品,對身體造成極大負擔,導致健康亮起紅燈,而且各種疾病發生的年齡層逐年下降,各種醫療產業也應運而生蓬勃發展。而在改善人們醫療品質中,又以培養護理人員批判性思考最為重要,唯有將護理人員素質提升,人們醫療品質才能隨之改善,本研究針對培養護理人員批判性思考做為目標,以有效改善護理人員素質。
本研究透過文獻探討及專家訪談,將培養護理人員批判性思考改善策略分成四個構面及十一項準則,運用專家問卷的方式,透過訪談統整意見,再透過決策實驗室分析法找出關鍵因素,並建立評估模型以改善護理人員批判性思考策略的優先順序。研究結果發現四個構面中,構面的主要影響源是授課內容。在四個構面的準則中,分別為知識應用、關聯性、團體學習及差異性探索為主要影響源的準則,因此研究結果對於培養護理人員批判性思考之改善策略都具有理論和實務上的意義。

With the advancement of science and technology, modern people are exposed to more and more synthetic chemicals, which cause great burden on the body, and leading to serious threat to the health. Furthermore, the age at which various diseases occur declines year by year, and the healthcare industry has been growing rapidly.
In medical quality improvement in healthcare, it is most important to cultivate critical thinking of nursing staff. Only by improving the quality of nursing staff can medical quality be improved accordingly.
This study aims at cultivating critical thinking of nursing staff, and aims to improve the quality of nursing staff effectively. Through literature discussion and expert interviews, this study divides the critical thinking improvement strategy of nursing staff into four dimensions and eleven criteria. The expert questionnaire method was used to consolidate opinions through interviews. Then DEMATEL (Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory) was used to identify key factors and establish an evaluation model to improve the priority of critical thinking strategies of nursing staff.
The results show that the main influence source of the four faces is the teaching content. Among the four aspects, the criteria of knowledge application, relevance, group learning and differential exploration are the main sources of influence, so the results of the study are of theoretical and practical significance for the improvement strategy of cultivating critical thinking of nursing staff.

目 錄
摘 要 i
Abstract ii
誌 謝 iii
目 錄 iv
圖 目 錄 vi
表 目 錄 vii
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景與動機 1
第二節 研究目的 2
第三節 研究流程 3
第二章 文獻探討 4
第一節 護理人員批判性思考相關文獻 4
第二節 課程目的 5
第三節 授課內容 7
第四節 教學過程 9
第五節 評估 13
第三章 研究方法 16
第一節 決策實驗室分析法介紹 16
第二節 決策實驗室分析法分析步驟 17
第三節 研究對象 19
第四節 研究工具 19
第五節 研究步驟 20
第四章 實證分析 22
第一節 前測問卷與正式指標架構之建立 22
第二節 正式問卷訪談 24
第三節 研究結果 24
第四節 討論 30
第五章 結論與建議 32
第一節 結論 32
第二節 建議 33
參考文獻 35
一、英文部分 35
二、網站部分 43
附錄 前測研究問卷 44
附錄一、 個人基本資料 45
附錄二、 指標系統說明及各準則重要程度評分 46
附錄三、 正式研究問卷 47
圖 目 錄
圖1-3-1 研究流程 3
圖4-3-1 四大構面因果圖 26
圖4-3-2 課程目的(D1)準則因果圖 27
圖4-3-3 授課內容(D2)準則因果圖 28
圖4-3-4 教學過程(D3)準則因果圖 29
圖4-3-5 評估(D4)準則因果圖 30
表 目 錄
表3-4-1 護理人員批判性思考評估準則之內容 20
表4-1-1 前測專家名單 22
表4-1-2 護理人員批判性思考指標重要度之檢核表 23
表4-2-1 正式施測專家名單 24
表4-3-1 構面的平均直接影響關係矩陣與正規化影響關係矩陣 25
表4-3-2 構面的總影響關係矩陣與影響程度 25
表4-3-3 準則的平均直接關係矩陣與正規化影響關係矩陣 26
表4-3-4 準則的總影響關係矩陣與影響程度 26
表4-3-5 準則的平均直接關係矩陣與正規化影響關係矩陣 27
表4-3-6 準則的總影響關係矩陣與影響程度 27
表4-3-7 準則的平均直接關係矩陣與正規化影響關係矩陣 28
表4-3-8 準則的總影響關係矩陣與影響程度 28
表4-3-9 準則的平均直接關係矩陣與正規化影響關係矩陣 29
表4-3-10 準則的總影響關係矩陣與影響程度 29

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