Effects of Clinical Practice Teaching Effectiveness and Clinical Practice Learning Environment on the Clinical PracticeRelated Powerlessness and Clinical Competence of Nursing Students

    Moon, Mi-Young
    Keywords: Clinical Practice Teaching Effectiveness, Clinical Practice Learning Environment, Clinical Practice-Related Powerlessness, Clinical Competence, Nursing Student ,

    Abstract

    Abstract
    The objective of this study is to establish the basic data for effective clinical practice instruction by
    researching the clinical practice teaching effectiveness and clinical practice learning environment, and
    also understanding the factors having effects on the clinical practice-related powerlessness and clinical
    competence of nursing students. The results of this study are as follows. In the results of analyzing the
    statistically significant variables(p
    .05) in the general characteristics of subjects, and the factors having
    effects on the clinical practice-related powerlessness and clinical competence, the factors having
    effects on the clinical practice-related powerlessness were residence type (β=.168, p=.005) and clinical
    practice learning environment (β=-.396, p=.000), which showed 24.2% explanatory power (F=13.033,
    p<.001). The factors having effects on the clinical competence were clinical practice period (β=.213,
    p<.001), clinical practice teaching effectiveness (β=.301, p<.001), and clinical practice learning
    environment (β=.219, p=.010), which showed 26.3% explanatory power(F=12.524, p<.001). Thus, it would
    be necessary to develop an effective intervention program for the increase of clinical practice teaching
    effectiveness and environmental improvement for nursing students through cooperation between
    preceptor and instructor.

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