RESEARCH FEATURESNurse-Led Computerized Cognitive Training for Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Preliminary StudyOh, Min Woo MD1,2; Ki, Young Jin MD3; Jeon, Byoung Hyun MD3; Kim, Si Yeon RN1; Oh, Youngmin RN1; Yoo, Suwon OTR/L1; Cho, Aeri OTR/L1; Seo, Joo Han PhD4; Lee, Goo Joo MD, MPH1,2Author Information 1 Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chungbuk National University Hospital, Cheongju-si, Republic of Korea 2 Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chungbuk National University College of Medicine, Cheongju-si, Republic of Korea 3 CNC Yullyang Hospital, Cheongju-si, Republic of Korea 4 M3 Solution Co., Ltd, Daegu-si, Republic of Korea Correspondence: Goo Joo Lee, MD, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chungbuk National University Hospital, 776, 1 Sunhwan-ro, Seowon-gu, Cheongju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do 28644, Republic of Korea. E-mail: [email protected] Cite this article as: Oh, M. W., Ki, Y. J., Jeon, B. H., Kim, S. Y., & Oh, Y. (2021). Nurseled computerized cognitive training for mild cognitive impairment: A preliminary study. Rehabilitation Nursing, 46(3), 163–171. doi: 10.1097/rnj.0000000000000264 Rehabilitation Nursing: 5/6 2021 - Volume 46 - Issue 3 - p 163-171 doi: 10.1097/rnj.0000000000000264 Buy Metrics Abstract Purpose This preliminary study aimed to compare the outcomes of an occupational therapist-led and a nurse-led computerized cognitive training (CCT) for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in older adults. Design A single-blind randomized controlled trial was performed. Methods Participants 65 years of age and older with MCI were randomly assigned to a group led by an occupational therapist or by a nurse. Both groups received CCT for 4 weeks. Findings Six participants in the occupational therapist-led group and nine in the nurse-led group completed CCT. The nurse-led group showed significant improvement in scores on the Seoul Verbal Learning Test–Elderly’s version immediate recall scores (p = .030) and the Korean-Boston Naming Test (p = .012). Conclusions Nurse-led CCT demonstrated improvement in some language and memory areas in older adults with MCI. Clinical Relevance This study supports the idea of educating nurses to use a CCT program for treating older adults with MCI to improve their cognitive function. Copyright © 2020 Association of Rehabilitation Nurses.