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Effect of Attribution Disposition and Self-Efficacy on Clinical Practice Competence of Nursing Student
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Effect of Attribution Disposition and Self-Efficacy on Clinical Practice Competence of Nursing Student
Kim, Su Ol; Kim, So Myeong;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of attribution disposition and self-efficacy on clinical practice competence of nursing students. Methods: A descriptive survey design was used. Participants were 214 nursing students who were collected using a structured questionnaire. Data were analyzed by frequencies, t-tests, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficients and multiple stepwise regression via spss win 21.0. Results: The total mean score for attribution disposition was , self-efficacy was , and clinical competence was . Clinical competence is significantly and positively correlated with attribution disposition (r=.179, p=009) and self-efficacy (r=.379, p<.001). In a multivariate approach, predictors included explained 33.5% of variance in clinical competence. Significant predictors of clinical competence were attribution disposition (, p<.001), self-efficacy (, p<.001), and satisfaction with the nursing (, p<.001). Conclusion: Development of an effective intervention program is needed to improve nursing students clinical practice competence, attribution disposition and attribution disposition of nursing students.
 Keywords
Nursing student;Self-efficacy;Clinical competence;
 Language
Korean
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