:: Volume 3, Issue 2 (10-2011) ::
rme 2011, 3(2): 29-35 Back to browse issues page
Nursing Students View Points about Stressful Factors in Clinical Education
F Kermansaravi * , Sh D Navvabi Rigi , A R Shahsavani
, fkermansaravi@yahoo.com
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  Introduction: Nursing Students remind clinical education as the most stressful course in clinical field because, Students face to challenges that they didn’t experience in theoretical education. So, the goal of this Study is to determine Stressful Factors in clinical field remove them and achieve more idealistic Level of quality and efficiency in nursing education.

  Methods: in this descriptive cross-sectional study, 130 nursing Students at second semester to up were selected through census. Data gathering tool was questionnaire that consisted of two parts of demographic data and 29 questions about stressful factors in clinical education at four domains. Data was analysed by SPSS soft ware, descriptive and analytical statistics.

  Results: from the student's viewpoints, unpleasant emotions, humiliating experiency, clinical experience and interpersonal relationships are the most stressful factors respectively.

  The most stressful scale from 1-4 including visiting poor prognosis patients (3.53 0.7), notifying students in front of patients and personnels (3.36 0.84), cleaning Patients after Deification. There is no significant differences between semester, marital status with stressful factors, but this difference is significant at age (P=0.02). (3.18 0.92) Relation between Students And Teacher (2.85 0.95).

  Conclusion: Although avoiding stressful factors are inevitable it is necessary to create supportive systems such as teaching students proficient skills to cope with stress and providing facilities to achieve educational goals.


Keywords: Clinical Education, Nursing Education, Stress
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