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Abstract

NURSE STUDENTS PERCEPTION REGARDING CIVILITY BEHAVIOR AT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE OF NURSING

Rabab M. Hassan* and Neamaa F. Saad

ABSTRACT

Background: Civility is suggested to promote increased patient satisfaction, caring relationships, and increased job satisfaction. Civility developed within the nursing education program is anticipated to transition to the workplace The aim of the study was to assessing nurse students perception regarding civility behavior Design: A quasi-experimental design (one group) was used in carrying out this study. Subjects: it include all available nurse students who enrolled in the above mentioned setting from different study years. Tools of data collection: one tool was used for collecting data, namely, Incivility in Nursing Education (INE) survey. it will be used to measure nurse students perceptions of incivility. Result: student nurses had low perception with civility behavior slightly more than two fifth of student nurses low level of knowledge regarding total civility dimensions in preprogram phase, while all student nurses had highly knowledge in post phase and slightly decline at follow up phase with highly statistically significant improvement with all the phases of intervention. Conclusion: There was highly statistically significant improvement in total student nurses perception of civility behavior in study setting. This supported the study hypothesis which stated, student nurses civility behavior will be improved in classroom. Recommendations: The learning strategy of civility behavior should be applied to all student nurses in the study setting, and should be extended to other similar settings. Enlightenment continues program in public seminars, awareness to student nurses about the importance of civility behavior. Developing student nurses driven strategies to foster civility in the classroom.

Keywords: INE, Civil behavior, Student nurses, Learning strategy.


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