Yıl:2022   Cilt: 12   Sayı: 2   Alan: Sağlık Bilimleri

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Wafaa Abd Ali HATTAB ,Mohammed Faris ABDULGHAN

Inducing the Theory of Clinical Education in Nursing: A Grounded Theory Study

Clinical education is essential to nursing teaching and is considered the core of professional clinical education. In clinical education, nursing students are often faced with many problems. The study assumes that Clinical Education for Nursing Students: Challenges and opportunities depend on social processes. This study will define the condition and manner of clinical teaching for nursing students. Grounded theory methodology was used to conduct this qualitative study. The semi-structured interview questions were used for data collection. The sample size was 10, including four undergraduate and six postgraduate nursing students. The grounded theory and constant comparison methods were used, using the qualitative software program MAXQDA for data analysis. The Strauss and Corbin technique was employed during the study analysis. Open coding 114, axial coding 17, selective coding (categories 5), and one core category were all included in the coding. Faculty, clinical instructors, students, and medical personnel must all participate in clinical education to facilitate learning in the clinical setting. In addition, the study addressed potential issues with nursing students, teachers, and clinical settings.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Challenge, opportunities, Clinical education, Nursing, Qualitative study


Inducing the Theory of Clinical Education in Nursing: A Grounded Theory Study

Clinical education is essential to nursing teaching and is considered the core of professional clinical education. In clinical education, nursing students are often faced with many problems. The study assumes that Clinical Education for Nursing Students: Challenges and opportunities depend on social processes. This study will define the condition and manner of clinical teaching for nursing students. Grounded theory methodology was used to conduct this qualitative study. The semi-structured interview questions were used for data collection. The sample size was 10, including four undergraduate and six postgraduate nursing students. The grounded theory and constant comparison methods were used, using the qualitative software program MAXQDA for data analysis. The Strauss and Corbin technique was employed during the study analysis. Open coding 114, axial coding 17, selective coding (categories 5), and one core category were all included in the coding. Faculty, clinical instructors, students, and medical personnel must all participate in clinical education to facilitate learning in the clinical setting. In addition, the study addressed potential issues with nursing students, teachers, and clinical settings.

Keywords: Challenge, opportunities, Clinical education, Nursing, Qualitative study


Atıf İçin

Hattab, W. A. A. & Abdulghan M. F. (2022). Inducing the Theory of Clinical Education in Nursing: A Grounded Theory Study. Journal of Current Researches on Health Sector, 12 (2), 131-138.


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