Changes in the attitudes of participants in a preceptor training seminar
Morishita, Michiko Nagasaki University
Sakamoto, Keiko Nagasaki University
training of preceptors
Purpose : To clarify changes in the attitudes of participants in a preceptor training seminar and to abstract a model for training preceptors.
Methods : The subjects of the study were the ７２ participants in a seminar conducted in “A” Prefecture. Six sets of data obtained from the participants before, during and after the seminar were used. Qualitative research methods were used to process these data.
Result : １．From among the “practicum problems” of pre-seminar reports, four categories were extracted :（１）students’ problems,（２）problems about giving guidance,（３）preceptors’ problems and （４）problems with the teaching system.
２．As for “what the participants expected of students,” three categories were identified : （１）students’ attitudes during the practicum, （２）way of learning and （３）results of learning.
３．We compared “what the participants expected of students during the practicum” before and after the seminar. As for “students’ attitudes during the practicum,” ８５％ of the participants expected better students’ attitudes before the seminar, while ２８％ had this expectation after the seminar.
Conclusion : The participants` attitudes had clearly changed. These data were analyzed from two viewpoints : “participants’ psychological distance from students” and “participants’ self-efficacy.” These two factors were found to be closely related, and one model was abstracted.
The Journal of Nursing Investigation
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