Nursing student competency achievement factors in clinical learning
- Andikawati Fitriasari ,
- Khamida ,
- Nur Hidaayah ,
- Yurike Septianingrum ,
- Syiddatul Budury ,
- Nur Ainiyah ,
- Ratna Yunita Sari ,
Introduction: Clinical learning is an experiential learning process in which students apply the theory obtained from academics to be applied to real cases in the clinic. Clinical facilitator support of learning, satisfaction, and stress with clinical placement aspects of support are crucial because they impact the knowledge acquired during classes and the development of practical skills to become fully competent health care professionals. This study aimed to determine the factors of clinical facilitators, satisfaction, and stress levels of nursing students in clinical learning.
Method: The design of study was cross-sectional design. The study was conducted on 141 nursing students for the 2021/2022 period who were taking clinical learning in hospitals, social institutions, and communities from the Diploma Nursing, Bachelor Nursing and Ners study programs at Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya.
Result: The results of the partial T-test showed that the clinical facilitator variable has no significant effect on clinical learning (p=0,938); the student satisfaction variable has no significant effect on clinical learning (p=0,199); the stress variable has a significant effect on clinical learning (p=0,000).
Conclusion: The stress level of students is the most significant factor for students during their clinical practice.