Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 24, Pages: 1-5
Jae-Woo Oh1 and Oe-Nam Kim2*
1 Department of Nursing, Chungbuk Health and Science University, Korea; [email protected]
2 Department of Nursing, Jinju Health College, Korea; [email protected]
This study was aimed to examine the violence that nursing students experienced during clinical practice and to provide basic data in drawing up measures with which the students who majored in the science of nursing may cope with the violence efficiently. As a survey research of correlation, data was collected from Sep 2014 to Oct 2014. The survey was implemented for 187 nursing students in the junior and senior classes who had an experience of clinical practice among the students in the department of nursing science in a university in M city. The collected data was analyzed with Frequency, Percentage, Average and Standard Deviation. That nursing students experience the violence from patients, guardians, and nurses during clinical practice may have a negative effect on the occupational view as a nurse as well as the emotion, curriculum and adaptation to practice environment of them. Therefore, it is considered that in order to reduce the violence that nursing students experience during clinical practice, it is necessary to have the conversion of awareness on the prevention and management of violence, and problem solving with a critical mind on the violence, not the culture that it is accepted as a part of clinical practice and that it is endured and denied.
Keywords: Experience, Nursing, Students, Violence
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