Comparison of Students’ And Teachers’ Viewpoints About Clinical Education environment: A Study in Paramedical and Nursing & Midwifery Schools of Bushehr University of Medical Sciences
Strides in Development of Medical Education: January 31, 2011, 8 (1); e59621
July 15, 2011
Article Type: Research Article
August 07, 2017
February 15, 2011
N , Motamed
N . Comparison of Students’ And Teachers’ Viewpoints About Clinical Education environment: A Study in Paramedical and Nursing & Midwifery Schools of Bushehr University of Medical Sciences,
Strides Dev Med Educ.
Background & Objective: Students learning in clinical teaching environment is an essential part of the curriculum. This study was done in order to compare the viewpoints of students and teachers in Paramedical and Nursing & Midwifery Schools of Bushehr University of Medical Sciences about the statue of clinical education environment in 1998.
Methods: A total of 124 students passing field internship program and 21 ones of their teachers were participated. Data were collected through a questionnaire consisted of 22 items in four major domains of learning opportunity, learning support, physical environment facilities and teacher-student relationship.
Results: Field of study was Nursing in 35.5%, Midwifery in 29%, Operating Room technician in 17.7% and Anesthesiology in 17.7% of the participants. In all domains except in physical environment facilities, there was a significant difference between students’ and teachers’ mean viewpoint scores (p<0.05).
Conclusion: Knowing viewpoints of students and teachers as well as similarities and differences of their viewpoints can be effective in planning for the improvement of clinical teaching environment.
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