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Title: 卒業直前の看護学部学生の看護技術自己トレーニング効果
Other Titles: The Effect of Voluntary Drills in Technical Nursing Skills by New Graduates
Authors: 稲垣, 美紀
土居, 洋子
西上, あゆみ
Author's alias: INAGAKI, Miki
DOI, Yoko
Keywords: Technical Nursing Skills
New Graduates
Voluntary Drills
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2004
Publisher: 大阪府立看護大学
Citation: 大阪府立看護大学紀要. 2004, 10(1), p.23-29
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to clarify the of effect voluntary drills in technical nursing skills by new graduates. The subjects of the study were 112 new graduates who voluntarily participated in a review of technical nursing skills. The data were collected in 2002 and 2003, when the students had finished the entire curriculum. A questionnaire was used which covered their implementations of 5 skills (24 sub-categories), concerning their confidence before and after the drills, their attitude toward the drill and their requests and impressions after it. The results showed that their confidence increased in all of 5 skills (24 sub-categories) and that they participated in the drills with a positive attitude. The more confidence in their implementation of skills they had, the less anxiety about their jobs they reported. Many of them hoped to review other skills in addition, and some of them thought that they would review other skills by themselves before they start to work. The study suggested that new graduates should review technical nursing skills and that an inclusive system is necessary to support their voluntary training.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10466/2819
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