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ÇELİK, Sevim (2014)
Publisher: İstanbul Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi
Journal: Sağlık Bilimleri ve Meslekleri Dergisi
Languages: Turkish
Types: Article
Subjects: hemşirelik, Nursing student, motivation, nursing, nursing education, Öğrenci hemşire, güdülenme, hemşirelik, hemşirelik eğitimi
Aim: The aim of this study is to determine nusring students’ level of vocational motivation and affecting factors. Method: The sample of cross-sectional descriptive study was consisted of 622 nursing students. Data were gathered using questionnaire form and Motivation’s Resources and Problems Scale. It was used descriptive statistics, pearson correlation analysis, student t-test and Mann Whitney U test in data analysis.Results: It was determined that mean score of intrinsic motivation of the students was 38,98±8,21, mean. The mean score of extrinsic motivation was 19,52±3,65 and mean score of negative motivation was 23,63±5,63. It was found that mean score of Motivation’s Resources and Problems Scale was 82,06±11,95. It was found that motivation levels of female students ((p=0,00), first class students (p=0,00), students who have not health professional in the family(p=0,02) and students who loves to help people (p=0,00) were significantly higher. It was determined that the students’ positive thoughts about nursing were significantly affected on levels of their motivation (p=0,00). Conclusion: Levels of nursing students’ intrinsic motivation were higher than level of extrinsic motivation. In this context, it should be included increasing motivation for training ciriculum and training methods.
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