PERCEPTION OF NURSING STUDENT FOR ACTUAL CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT RELATED TO INNOVATION AND SATISFACTION
AbstractAim of study assessing student nurses’ perceptions of actual clinical learning environments innovation and satisfaction. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive design was used. Accessible population included all undergraduate bachelors of nursing students (males & females) from level 4 up to 8. Total No. of male students were (144), total No. of female students were (147). In this study a self-administered questionnaire was used. Developed by Chan (2002) consisted of two main parts actual and preferred. The current study used only the innovation and satisfaction in actual part and a demographic data sheet. Results: The study results revealed that, in general, the results of study displays, moderate perception the actual clinical learning environments both innovation and satisfaction.
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