Journal of Education and
Research in Nursing
Research Article - Diğer

Nurses’ Opinions about Clinical Training Nursing


Acıbadem Hastanesi, İstanbul


Marmara Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi Hemşirelik Bölümü Hemşirelik Öğretimi Anabilim Dalı, İstanbul

Journal of Education and Research in Nursing 2010; 7: 29-35
Read: 617 Downloads: 284 Published: 01 April 2010

OBJECTIVE: This research is a descriptive study aimed to determine the opinions of nurses towards clinical training nursing in the private hospitals.

METHODS: The study was carried out on a total of 502 nurses: 469 were nurses and 33 were clinical training nurses. Data were collected with a questionnaire.

RESULTS: 48.6% of participants were between the ages of 21-25, 47.4% were high school graduates, 45% have professional experience of 1- 5 years, and 46.6% of participants had been working for the institution for less than one year. 99.2% of the participants found clinic training nursing essential and 47.4 % expressed their most important role is educator role. Participants considered the most important tasks of clinical training nurses as follows: assessing effectiveness of training, providing orientation of beginners, determining training need analysis and reflecting research into practice. Participants agreed that clinical training nursing has positive effects on the training of employees and improvement of nursing services.

CONCLUSION: Participants’ ideas about the clinical training nursing were positive. Improving the research participation and working conditions of clinical training nurses were suggested.

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