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Master of Science (MS)
Roberta K. Olson
nurse attitudes, self-perception, nursing study and teaching
This predictive correlational study investigated if a relationship exists between nurses' self-concept and nurses' perceptions of the benefits of precepting nursing students. Twenty-four registered nurses were included in the study and completed the Nurses' Self-Concept Questionnaire and the Intangible Benefits Scale. Data were analyzed using simple linear regression and one way analysis of variance. The major findings of this study indicated that there is a positive relationship between nurses' self-concept and nurses' perceptions of the benefits of precepting nursing students. It was also revealed that nurses' self-concept increases with the number of times one has served as a preceptor. Findings fi-om the study imply that nurse educators may strive to recruit preceptors for nursing students who possess a strong self-concept and has experience in serving as a preceptor.
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South Dakota State University
Copyright © 2004 Denise Cundy. All rights reserved
Cundy, Denise, "The Relationship Between Nurses' Self-concept and Nurses' Perceptions of the Benefits of Precepting Nursing Students" (2004). Theses and Dissertations. 914.