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A Study on Attitude of Nursing Students Toward Nursing and Views on Nursing Profession

Other Title
간호대학생의 전문직관에 관한 연구
Authors
유, 문숙
Citation
Chung ang ŭihak, 62(8):703-712, 1997
Journal Title
Chung ang ŭihak; The Korean choong ang medical journal; Korean jungang medical journal; 중앙의학
ISSN
0529-553X
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the attitude of nursing students toward nursing and views on nursing profession. The views of nursing profession is essential for the development of nursing and it is built up during the undergraduate period in nursing. The subjects of the survey were 195 nursing students from 2 junior nursing colleges. The data were 7btained from March 24 to April 4, 1997 through a self-reported questionnaire. The attitude of nursing students toward nursing was measured in 3 parts, aptitude, interest, and satisfaction by using the instrument developed by the researcher, and nursing profession was measured by Fingerhut’s professional attitude scale. Analysis of the data was done by using percentage, ANOVA, and Pearson correlation coefficient.
The results were as follows ;
1. 56.9 % of the subjects were reported to have positive aptitude for nursing. 50.3 of them were interested in nursing. And 60.5 % were satisfied with nursing.
2. There views on profession were shown higher(mean=86, theoretically minimum 25 maximum 100).
3. The relationship between professionalism and attitude was found to be statistically significant ; aptitude(r=.147, p<.005), interest(r=.277, p<.000), satisfaction(r=.154, p<.005).
As the results, it is necessary to make a good educational program for nursing students which can improve their attitude toward nursing and nursing profession.
Keywords
Nursing StudentsNursing Profession
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