ID 113134
Author
Sekido, Keiko The University of Tokushima
Keywords
satisfaction level
human relationship
nursing teacher
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
A nursing teacher has taken charge of the ‘Human Relationship’ course open to those university students who are aiming for becoming a registered nurse, or a clinical radiological technologist, or a clinical laboratory technologist. The course is conducted, employing several means such as the role-playing method to obtain a feeling of real clinical situations. After the course evaluation was conducted, and the factor analysis on the result of the evaluation was performed, four factors were extracted. Those factors were interpreted as the followings : the first factor as “the factor in the contents of the course” ; the second factor as “the factor in the method used in the course” ; the third factor as “the factor related to the attitude of and the way of communication of the teacher” ; the forth factor as “the factor related to role-playing”. In comparison of the averages of the first and third factor scores according to the individual satisfaction levels of the course, there were recognized significant differences among three groups(the group of satisfaction, the group of the middle and the group of dissatisfaction). It has been found that “the contents of the course” and “the attitude of and the way of communication of the teacher” affect the satisfaction level of the students. Some improvements to be done are clarified, such as change in the contents of the course to make students aware of the necessity of the course knowledge in clinical practice, and a way of speech which is to enable students listen easily.
Journal Title
The Journal of Nursing Investigation
ISSN
13483722
24342238
NCID
AA11937122
Publisher
徳島大学医学部
Volume
6
Issue
1
Start Page
18
End Page
22
Sort Key
18
Published Date
2007-05-31
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eng
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