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  • Inventi:hnr/23446/17
    PERCEPTION OF NURSING STUDENTS TOWARDS ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR
    Harwinder Kaur, Shilpa, Raman Kalia, Shaveta Sharma*

    Nurse educators are the key resources in the preparation of a nursing workforce which is able to provide quality care. Clinical learning and competency development are essential parts of the nursing curriculum. Clinical experience allows student’s nurse to improve their skills. With a view of this, present study was conducted to assess the perception towards clinical instructor among nursing students of Saraswati Nursing Institute Dhianpura (Kurali). The aim of the study was to explore roles and responsibilities of clinical instructor. Tool was developed in the form of 3 point (positive, neutral, negative) likert scales was prepared to assess perception of students. Non probability convenience sampling was used to recruit 100 study subjects. Content validity of the study tool was determined with the help of various experts in the related field. Reliability was checked by using Karl Parson coefficient of correlation which was found out to be 0.8. Pilot study was conducted on 10 samples which were excluded from the main study and feasibility of study was determined, where the study was found to be feasible. Informed consent was obtained from the study subjects and data were collected in the month of April 2017.Findings of the study revealed that the majority of study subjects (93%) were having positive perception towards roles and responsibilities of clinical instructors. There was no significant association between the perceptions of study subjects with the various selected socio demographic variables.

    How to Cite this Article
    Harwinder Kaur, Shilpa, Raman Kalia et al. Perception of Nursing Students Towards Roles and Responsibilities of Clinical Instructor. Inventi Rapid: Nursing Research, 2017(4):1-8, 2017.
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