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Perception of Professors and Nurses on Clinical Practice Teaching and Organizational Integration of Colleges and Clinical Nursing Departments
|dc.description.abstract||Purpose: This study was intended to describe the perception of professors and nurses on clinical practice teaching and organizational integration of colleges and clinical nursing departments.
Method: Fifty-three professors of five nursing colleges and eighty-four nurses of one university hospital participated. A structured questionnaire was used for data collection.
Result: Disposition for a good clinical instructor was both teaching skill and abundant clinical experience. Professors were competent at adapting nursing process and critical thinking, whereas, nurses were good at clinical skills. Most of the subjects agreed on the organizational integration of nursing colleges and the nursing departments of the hospital, and the proper position for a clinical teacher would be a concurrent instructor.
Conclusion: Cooperation between the nursing college and clinical nursing department is needed, and organizational integration of these two is one way for better instruction in clinical practice.
|dc.title||Perception of Professors and Nurses on Clinical Practice Teaching and Organizational Integration of Colleges and Clinical Nursing Departments||-|
|dc.title.alternative||임상간호실습교육과 학교-임상 연계 조직에 대한 교수와 실습지도 간호사의 인식||-|
|dc.citation.title||Han'guk Kanho Kyoyuk Hakhoe chi||-|
|dc.citation.title||Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education||-|
|dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation||Han'guk Kanho Kyoyuk Hakhoe chi, 13(2):292-300, 2007||-|
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