Relationship Between Clinical Learning and Classroom Learning with the Perspective of Confidence Level on Patient Safety Among Baccalaureate Nursing Students

Tayyba Nazar, Muhammad Hussain, Muhammad Afzal, Syed Amir Gilani


Patient safety is a global issue in these days. Nurses play important role in patient safety through monitoring the patient in front line of health care team. The international nursing group and global health were growing the essential ability to improve patient safety. To make nurses more confident in patient safety, early training with protection of affected person as a prominent feature of the nursing curriculum is necessary. The objective of study to check the Relationship between Clinical Learning and Classroom Learning with the perspective of Confidence level on Patient Safety among Nursing Students. . Descriptive cross sectional study conducted in the Lahore school of nursing, the University of Lahore. The study data collected using a questionnaire, Health professional Education in Patient Safety Survey (HPESS), which consisted on 7 subscales.   The target population 170 and the study was conducted on Baccaular of Science in Nursing (Hones) and Baccaular of Science in Nursing (Post RN) students.  The results of this study have given the picture of the association of classroom learning with that of the implementation of the clinical practice. By incorporating the higher level of objectives about patient safety in objection in learning in nursing curriculum, students will be able to gain more knowledge about the importance of patient safety issue, which will increase the confidence level in classroom and clinical learning on patient safety among nursing students.

Keywords: Patient Safety, Nursing Curriculum, Confidence Level.

DOI: 10.7176/JHMN/62-04

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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