Nursing Students' Satisfaction with Supervision from Clinical Teachers During Clinical Practice and Their Association with Academic Year
Nursing Students' Satisfaction with Supervision
Keywords:Supervision, Nursing Students, Satisfaction
Supervision of clinical teachers during clinical practice is a key component of this education, as it allows students to apply their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting under the guidance of experienced practitioners. Objective: To assess Nursing students' satisfaction from the supervision of a clinical teacher during clinical practice and their association with the academic year. Methods: This cross-sectional Analytical study was accomplished at two private nursing college in Karachi from 15th September 2022 to 30th December 2022. A total of 100 nursing students from 2nd year and 3rd year were recruited through a convenient sampling technique. Self-structured and pretested questionnaire was used for the collection of data. Results: The total participants were 100 males, 97%, and 3% females. Among 100. 12% of participants show low satisfaction, 41% show moderate satisfaction, and 47% show high satisfaction. Furthermore, no association was found with their academic year p-value is 0. 174. Conclusions: Based on the study's findings, most nursing students were highly satisfied with the supervision of the clinical teacher. But 12% are still dissatisfied. Moreover, provide additional training to the clinical teacher, adjust the clinical curriculum, or provide more support and resources to the nursing students.
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