The Relationship Between Nurse Attitude and Students Self-Efficacy in Nursing Students Perceptive

Iqra Aqeel, Muhammad Hussain, Muhammad Afzal, Syed Amir Gilani


Background: Clinical education is the methods by which nursing students are offered chances to apply the theories and learning of nursing, and work on nursing abilities that are basic to practice as a proficient staff nurse. For the competent clinical self efficacy, a caring relationship is necessary and essential for student learning in clinical setting. According to a study the clinical learning environment and supervision impact on clinical competency of nursing students.  There is significant impact of supervisory relationship on clinical experience of students. The relationship between clinical faculty and nurse teacher also has impact in clinical self efficacy of the nursing student.Method: a descriptive co relational study design used in this study. The study conducted in The University of Lahore on 117 students of Nursing. The sample size calculated through Solvens formula. Clinical learning environment supervision and Nurse Teacher evaluation scale (CLES+T) and nursing clinical self efficacy scale (NCSES) questionnaire used in study. Results: there is positive correlation between clinical learning environment and self efficacy of students. The overall co relational value is r=.336, p=.000 at the level of 0.01.Conclusion: It is concluded that the attitude of clinical staff has great impact on student clinical self efficacy. The creation a good clinical environment the clinical self efficacy of the student can be enhanced

Keywords: Relationship, Attitude, Clinical Self Efficacy, Nursing students, Perception

DOI: 10.7176/JHMN/62-02

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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