PERCEPTION OF NURSING STUDENT FOR ACTUAL CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT RELATED TO INNOVATION AND SATISFACTION

  • Latifah Alenazi

Abstract

Aim 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.
Published
2016-01-01
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