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Title: Saudi nursing student’s perception of effective clinical instructors’ characteristics
Authors: Moawed, Salma.
Madani Hellali, Nadia.
Zakeri, Nazik.
Shalabi Mohamed, Hilallia.
Dawood, Mona.
Keywords: Clinical Instructor, Clinical Teacher
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: The 7th International Nursing Symposium “Nursing Driving Access, Quality & Health”, Riyadh Military Hospital, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 9-10/5/2011
Abstract: The clinical experience has been recognized as a significant and very essential component of nursing education. Clinical instructors have a responsibility not only to their students but also to clients and the nursing profession to identify and exhibit effective clinical teacher characteristics. Moreover, as the clinical experiences and its resources are limited, students must optimize clinical practice opportunities; they must therefore, work with effective clinical instructors. The purpose of this study is to determine the characteristics of effective clinical instructors as perceived by Saudi nursing students. The Nursing Clinical Teacher Effective Inventory (NCTEI) developed a 48-item Likert scale checklist describing discrete teachers characteristics clustered into five subscales or categories: teaching ability, nursing competence, personality traits, interpersonal relationships and evaluation. 300 Saudi female nursing students, enrolled in the 4th to 8th term of their study in different colleges of nursing will be asked to participate. This sample also includes students from the college of health sciences, who are enrolled in the second term, of the first year, till those in the second term of the third year.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17958
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