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    Effects of Clinical Practice Education Environment on the Clinical Performance of Clinical Practices of Nursing Students
    Volume 2, No. 1, March 2021 | 8 pages | http//dx.doi.org/10.46410/jnmr.2021.2.1.03

    Authors

    Mi-Young Moon, Joongbu University, South Korea


    Abstract

    The objective of this study is to establish the basic data for effective clinical practice guidance by researching the clinical practice education environment of nursing students and also understanding its correlation with the clinical performance of clinical practices. The subjects are third-year and fourth-year nursing students who completed the clinical practice for six weeks or more. Using the SPSS 21.0 Program for the data analysis, the t-tests and one-way ANOVA, multiple regression analysis were conducted. In the results of this study, regarding the results of analyzing differences of clinical practice education environment and clinical performance of clinical practices according to the general characteristics of subjects, the clinical practice education environment was significant in gender(p=.007), religion type(p=.004), and satisfaction of nursing major(p=<.001), and the clinical performance of clinical practices was significant in grade(p=.005), clinical practice period(p=.003), and major choice type(p=.016). In the results of conducting the multiple regression analysis to understand the effects on the clinical performance of clinical practices of subjects, the clinical practice period(β=.213, p=<.001) and clinical practice education environment(β=.219, p=.010) were the factors having significant effects on it, and the explanatory power was 26.3%. Thus, it would be necessary to develop an effective intervention program to enhance the practice environment for efficient clinical practice of nursing students.


    Keywords

    Nursing Student, Clinical Practice Guidance, Clinical Practice Education Environment, Clinical Performance of Clinical Practices


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    Citations

    APA:
    Moon, M. Y., (2021). Effects of Clinical Practice Education Environment on the Clinical Performance of Clinical Practices of Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing and Medicine Research (JNMR), HolyKnight, vol. 2, 17-24. doi: 10.46410/jnmr.2021.2.1.03.

    MLA:
    Moon, Mi-Young, et al “ Effects of Clinical Practice Education Environment on the Clinical Performance of Clinical Practices of Nursing Students.” Journal of Nursing and Medicine Research, HolyKnight, vol. 2, 2021, pp 21-28. JNMR, https://holyknight.co.uk/Articles/JNMR/Vol2-1/3.html.

    IEEE:
    [1] M. Y. Moon, “ Effects of Clinical Practice Education Environment on the Clinical Performance of Clinical Practices of Nursing Students.” Journal of Nursing and Medicine Research (JNMR), HolyKnight, vol. 2, pp. 21-28, March 2021.