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Clinical Placement Satisfaction among Bachelor Level Nursing Students

Grishma Budhathoki, Bhuwan Kumari Dangol, Tanuja Kumari Chaudhary

Abstract: Clinical Learning Environment (CLE) is the theoretical components of the curriculum can be integrated with the practical and transformed into professional skills and attitudes within an emotionally safe environment. The descriptive cross sectional study was conducted to assess the level of clinical placement satisfaction among the bachelor level nursing students. The findings revealed that majority respondents were satisfied with the clinical placement. All most all Bsc (Generic bachelor science in nursing) students were satisfied with the clinical placement whereas 86.7% of BNS (Post basic Bachelor in nursing science), students were satisfied with their clinical placement. Majority of nursing students of both the nursing programmes were dissatisfied in supervision. All the students from Bsc nursing programme were satisfied regarding ward policies, orientation and achievement of learning outcomes. Majority of students (98.7%) from BNS nursing were satisfied regarding physical resources, teaching and learning opportunities and achievement of learning outcomes. So, enhancing students clinical placement satisfaction should objectively evaluation is necessary by using standard tools. That can help to modification of the dissatisfying factors and to reinforce clinical learning satisfaction.

Keywords: Clinical placement, Satisfaction, Bachelor level nursing students, clinical learning environment

Country: Nepal, Subject Area: Nursing

Pages: 1266 - 1268

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019

How to Cite this Article?

Grishma Budhathoki, Bhuwan Kumari Dangol, Tanuja Kumari Chaudhary, "Clinical Placement Satisfaction among Bachelor Level Nursing Students", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i7/show_abstract.php?id=ART20197613, Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019, 1266 - 1268

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