看護大学生と短大生の卒業直前時における自己効力感の比較 [in Japanese] A study on self-efficacy which students have just before graduation ; a comparison between students of nursing universities and those of junior colleges [in Japanese]
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We conducted a survey of fourth-year students at a university nursing program and third-year students at a nursing junior college, using a general self-efficacy scale. Our purpose was to investigate self-efficacy beliefs among nursing students immediately before graduation and find out what sort of education and guidance should be offered to nurses after they are employed. This survey revealed that nursing students has higher self-efficacy belief than other university students and that self-efficacy tended to be even higher among university nursing program students than among junior college nursing students. The result suggest that education and guidance are important for improving even more the self-efficacy of newly employed nurses.
JNI 1(1), 61-65, 2003-03