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KMID : 0614820060120030434
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2006 Volume.12 No. 3 p.434 ~ p.443
The Effects of Preceptorship on Nursing Students’ Critical Thinking Propensity, Clinical Competency and Satisfaction of Clinical Practice
Lee Jeom-Duk

Lee Chung-Sook
Abstract
Purpose: This study was to compare effects of preceptorship on nursing students’ critical thinking propensity, clinical competency, and the satisfaction of clinical practice.

Method: The subjects were 80 by preceptorship group and 51 by conventional method group. The data were analyzed by SPSS 12.0 program.

Results: The subject’s critical thinking propensity, clinical competency and satisfaction of clinical practices between the preceptorship group and the conventional method group revealed statistically significant difference. Subject’s critical thinking propensity revealed significant correlations, along with the clinical competεncy and the satisfaction for clinical practice. And the clinical competency revealed statistically significant correlations with the satisfaction for clinical practice.

Conclusion: Findings of this study reveals that the nursing students who had clinical practice by preceptorship showed higher scores in the critical thinking propensity, clinical competency, and the satisfaction for clinical practice than the conventional method group. Consequently, we are quite consciously encouraged to reinforce the preceptorship for realization of an effective clinical practice education for nursing students.
KEYWORD
Preceptorship, Thinking, Professional competence, Personal satisfaction, Students, Nursing
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