A survey to assess the student nurses’ satisfaction related to clinical posting at Covid-19 areas

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Author Details : Sarika Rokade*, Patricia Reddy, Namralata Singh

Volume : 4, Issue : 3, Year : 2021

Article Page : 102-108


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A non-experimental survey study was conducted to assess the satisfaction of student nurses’ worked at Covid-19 areas during pandemic situation. 116 student nurses have participated in this study. The non- probability convenient sampling technique was used. Data was collected by means of Google form. The tool contained two sections, demographic data and likert scale to assess satisfaction level of student nurses worked at covid-19 areas. Objectives of study were to assess the student nurses’ satisfaction level related to clinical posting at covid-19 areas, and to find out the association of satisfaction level with selected demographic variables. The study reveals that out of 116 student nurses 28 (24.13%) of them were very satisfied with the clinical posting at covid-19 areas, 53(45.68%) of them were satisfied, whereas 30 (25.86%) of them were neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, and only 5 (4.31%) of them were dissatisfied. The study concludes that most of the student nurses were satisfied with all the aspects, but dissatisfaction was also noticed. 22(18.96%) of student nurses’ were dissatisfied with the administrative support at assigned hospital. In regard to availability of resources at the hospital and use of PPE kit during working hours, 26 (22.41%) of student nurses’ reported as dissatisfaction. 21(18.10%) of student nurses’ were dissatisfied with covid-19 screening carried out before and after clinical posting. Also in provision of facilities in quarantines period were reported as dissatisfaction by 30(25.86%) of student nurses.

Keywords: Covid­19 Areas, Clinical posting Student nurse, Satisfaction

How to cite : Rokade S, Reddy P, Singh N, A survey to assess the student nurses’ satisfaction related to clinical posting at Covid-19 areas. J Paediatr Nurs Sci 2021;4(3):102-108

Copyright © 2021 by author(s) and J Paediatr Nurs Sci. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (creativecommons.org)

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Received : 01-09-2021

Accepted : 18-09-2021

Available online : 19-10-2021

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