Welcome to Francis Academic Press

International Journal of Frontiers in Medicine, 2022, 4(1); doi: 10.25236/IJFM.2022.040104.

Nursing Teaching Research in Gastroenterology Based on "Infiltration" Teaching Method


Mengqin Cheng, Li Zhou

Corresponding Author:
Li Zhou

Nursing Department, Chongqing Emergency Medical Center, the Fourth People's Hospital of Chongqing, Chongqing 40014, Chongqing, China


The osmotic teaching is based on the theoretical basis of nursing in gastroenterology and focuses on the cultivation of students' professional skills. It uses mind maps, various micro-videos and other learning channels and resources to create a lively and interesting learning atmosphere. Nursing students continue to consolidate their basic knowledge at the same time. Build new knowledge gradually. It is not only convenient for students to learn and ask questions at any time, but also can improve teachers' professional ability and ability to apply information technology, encourage students to participate in learning activities, and avoid the situation of "one talk" in traditional teaching. This paper takes students majoring in gastroenterology nursing as an example, and uses observation and comparison methods to explore the impact of infiltration teaching mode on students' academic performance and learning ability. It is found that compared with traditional teaching methods, infiltration teaching method can significantly improve student performance and it is hoped that the research results of this paper can provide a reference for improving the application of osmotic method in the nursing teaching of gastroenterology.


Osmotic teaching, Traditional teaching method. Gastroenterology nursing, Learning ability

Cite This Paper

Mengqin Cheng, Li Zhou. Nursing Teaching Research in Gastroenterology Based on "Infiltration" Teaching Method. International Journal of Frontiers in Medicine (2022), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 19-24. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFM.2022.040104.


[1] A A K., B P F., E B M., et al. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Compared with Rectal Endoscopic Sonography for the Prediction of Infiltration Depth in Colorectal Endometriosis[J]. Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, 2017, 24(7):1218-1226.

[2] Ren H., Liu C., Wang R., et al. Core Competencies Required for Gastroenterology Nursing Specialists in China[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2019, 42(2):169-178.

[3] Loyola M., Babb E., Bocian S., et al. Standard of Infection Prevention in the Gastroenterology Setting[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2020, 43(2):E84-E97.

[4] Baker K A. Support for Global Nursing: Nursing Now.[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2018, 41(3):187-188.

[5] Niesen, Cynthia, Tynsky, et al. Implementation of a Nursing Care Delivery Model: Registered Nurses Providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Education for Patients Diagnosed with Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders[J]. Gastroenterology nursing: the official journal of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates, 2017, 40(2):176-177.

[6] Baker K A. Violence in the Gastroenterology Setting[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2019, 42(5):409-410.

[7] Loyola M., Bocian S., Babb E., et al. Management of Endoscopic Accessories, Valves, and Water and Irrigation Bottles in the Gastroenterology Setting[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2020, 43(2):E80-E83.

[8] Williams S. Impact of Nursing Interventions on Medication Adherence During Hepatitis C Treatment: State of the Science[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2018, 41(5):436-445.

[9] Kaur P., Attard T M., Fishman D S., et al. A Conceptual Framework For Rescheduling Elective Pediatric Gastroenterology Procedures following Covid-19 Pandemic Lockdown[J]. Gastroenterology Nursing, 2020, 43(4):327-329.

[10] Nt A., Sr B., Ah C., et al. Nursing teaching role performance from the viewpoint of discharging patient from the Abadan and Khorramshahr hospitals[J]. Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, 2019, 7(4):611-614.

[11] Younas, Ahtisham. The nursing process and patient teaching[J]. Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, 2017, 15(6):13-16.

[12] Warren N A., Spiegel H L. Teaching Critical Care Nursing Online for RNs[J]. Critical care nursing quarterly, 2019, 42(1):53-63.