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Evaluation Nursing Students’ Views of Improved Competence Development after Clinical Supervision: An Educative Approach to the WHO Patient Safety Model

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Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) students’ education comprises both theories and practical aspects. Access to resources is required for the development of a professional identity, which includes gaining technical knowledge and receiving feedback, guidance as well as social and emotional support from clinical supervisors. The aim of this study was to evaluate BSN students’ views of professional development after clinical supervision (CS) during their undergraduate education. An additional aim was to illuminate how competence development was related to the WHO Patient Safety Educational Model. A cross-sectional study was conducted, in which CS was measured as part of a survey completed by a sample of nursing students after their clinical placement at two time-points, namely 2012 and 2013. Statistical descriptive and inferential analyses were used and differences in the responses between Time 1 and Time 2 compared. The benefit of CS for nursing students’ competence development revealed a positive significant relationship between students’ Interpersonal skills and the factor Improved care/skills. There were differences in terms of variables related to the Importance value of CS and Professional skills. The results can be used to inform undergraduate nursing education leaders, teachers and practice partners on individual, group and organisational level in order to enhance patient safety and highlight the importance of CS for BSN students’ professional development.

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Lyberg, A. , Amsrud, K. and Severinsson, E. (2015) Evaluation Nursing Students’ Views of Improved Competence Development after Clinical Supervision: An Educative Approach to the WHO Patient Safety Model. Open Journal of Nursing, 5, 725-734. doi: 10.4236/ojn.2015.58075.

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