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pourghane P, khaleghdost T, paryad E, baghaee M, kazemnezhad E. Nursing students’ attitude about factors influencing clinical learning in Medical ‎University of Guilan. J Holist Nurs Midwifery. 2006; 16 (2) :1-7
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Introduction: Education is a regular process in order to aid individuals for acquiring ‎knowledge and new skills. Education is an active interaction between educator and learner. ‎Learning is a stable change process in individual’s potential behavior. Therefore, we can only ‎say that the students’ learning is satisfactory when learning causes proper behavioral changes ‎in them. Clinical learning can affect individual’s attitude which in turn can affect behavior ‎and practice. Since most nursing attitude is achieved in clinical settings and it can affect their ‎practice, this study aimed to assess nursing students’ attitude in clinical setting.‎

 Objective: This study aimed to determine students’ attitude toward effective factors in ‎clinical learning (role of instructor, nursing personnel, ward utility and also ward guidelines).

‎Methods: Findings showed that ‎‏84.6%‏‎ of samples had positive attitude toward clinical ‎learning (positive attitude toward role of instructor and nursing personnel was both ‎‏80.8%‏‎. ‎Positive attitude toward role of utilities in clinical learning and role of present roles and ‎regulations inward was ‎‏89.4%‏‎ and ‎‏51%‏‎ respectively).‎

Conclusion: In attention to the importance of clinical learning and its role in the direction ‎students’ attitude, it seems necessary to assess their attitude toward present factors and make ‎the result available to managers and education planners so that they can improve positive ‎factors and current the negative factors.‎

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2014/08/16 | Accepted: 2014/08/16 | Published: 2014/08/16

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