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Feelings of Senior Nurses Working in the University Hospitals toward Postgraduate Education from the Perspective of Years of Clinical Experience, Participation in Postgraduate Education, and Workplace Environment Yuka Omura 1 , Yutaka Hirota 1 , Yuki Yamagami 2 , Kohei Tomita 1 , Tomomi Tsujimoto 1 , Tomoko Inoue 1 1Division of Health Sciences, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine 2Department of Epidemiology, Nara Medical University School of Medicine Keyword: 新人教育 , スタッフ看護師 , 質問紙調査 , postgraduate education , senior nurse , questionnaire survey pp.298-305
Published Date 2019/12/31
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 Aim: This study aims to investigate the feelings of senior nurses working in the university hospitals toward postgraduate education from the perspective of years of clinical experience, participation in postgraduate education, and workplace environment.

 Methods: We conducted a self-administered questionnaire survey, including individual attributes, feelings and participation in postgraduate education, and workplace environment, among 1,281 senior nurses in two university hospitals between March and June 2016. Data was analyzed using one-way analysis of variance with Bonferroni adjustment for multiple comparisons and t-test.

 Results: We obtained valid responses from 746 nurses (58.2%). Senior nurses who have fewer than five years of clinical experiences exhibited anxiety and nervousness during education implementation. Regarding numerous participations in postgraduate education, senior nurses inclined to experience pleasure for the growth of newly graduated nurses, while also feeling the burden. In a workplace with effective praising action and team spirit, senior nurses inclined to experience pleasure for the growth of newly graduated nurses and satisfaction with their growth.

 Conclusions: This survey establishes that the feelings of senior nurses working in the university hospitals toward postgraduate education differ with regard to the years of clinical experience, participation in postgraduate education, and workplace environment.


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