Volume : VIII, Issue : IV, April - 2019

STRUCTURING SUPERVISION TO ENHANCE STUDENT COMPETENCIES:A QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF STRUCTURED CLINICAL SUPERVISION ON CLINICAL COMPETENCIES OF NOVICE NURSING STUDENTS

Ms Wilma Valsalan, Ms Sinta D Mathew, Ms Jessy Varghese, Ms Reena D 8216 Souza, Ms Jinu Anthony G

Abstract :

Learning in the clinical environment is one of themost significant aspects of nursing education.Clinical postingsare an essential part of nursing practicum, allowing nursing students to develop their clinical competence. The faculty supervisors facilitate students’ individual learning processes and professional development by guiding students in developing clinical competencies. So a quasi–experimental study was conducted oneffect of Structured Clinical Supervision on Clinical Competencies of Ist year BSc Nursing students. The study was done with two consecutive batches of students of 1st year BSc Nursing. Control group received (n=29) standard clinical supervision & study group (n=29) received structured clinical supervision. The calculated‘t’ value of mean difference is 3.57, which is statistically significant at p<0.05. This indicates that structured clinical supervisionwas effective in improving the clinical competencies of 1st year BSc Nursingstudents

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STRUCTURING SUPERVISION TO ENHANCE STUDENT COMPETENCIES:A QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF STRUCTURED CLINICAL SUPERVISION ON CLINICAL COMPETENCIES OF NOVICE NURSING STUDENTS, Ms Wilma Valsalan, Ms Sinta D Mathew, Ms Jessy Varghese, Ms Reena D'souza, Ms Jinu Anthony G PARIPEX‾INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH : Volume-8 | Issue-4 | April-2019


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