Grace L. Del Rosario,
Ronnie A. Bouing
College of Nursing - Our Lady of Fatima University
The study used was descriptive evaluative type. The study employed the quantitative approach of research with the use of a documentary analysis as the technique in data collection. It was used in order to know the performance of the student nurses in the lecture component and the clinical component of Related Learning Experience. The respondents were 80 fourth year students. The pearson r was used in the statistical analysis of data.
The performance of the student-nurses respondents in the clinical component of related learning experience as to intellectual ability shows that the students are very good in identifying nursing problems patient and collecting pertinent data such as history and patients assessment and also very good in planning nursing care according to priorities. The respondents performance in the clinical component of related learning experience as to skills reveals that the student-nurses are very good in providing comprehensive nursing care to patients and also very good in performing nursing procedures efficiently with maximum result with minimum effort, time and materials.
The respondents are very good in the criteria since they show professional decorum, good interpersonal relationship to patients and staff. Another criterion in the student's attitude and values is that the nurse-respondents are very good as they assessed themselves honest and punctual. Although it was interpreted very good, the lowest assessment made by the respondents refers to creativity, initiative and resourcefulness. There is significant correlation between the student's performance in the lecture and clinical components of related learning experience in their intellectual abilities, skills, supplemental learning activities. On the other hand, it was found out that there is no significant correlation between the student's performance in the lecture and clinical components of related learning experience.
This research aimed to know the performance of the student nurses in the lecture and clinical component of the Related Learning Experience
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