Analysis on College Nursing Students’ Cognition for Community Health Services

Fen WANG, Wen-juan ZHONG, Hong-xia LU, Hua REN, Lu-lu CHI, Li-ming LIU

Abstract


Objective: To understand college nursing students’ cognition for community health services, improve junior college students’ overall quality and promote the development of community health services. Method: The independently designed questionnaire entitled College Nursing Students' Cognition for Community Health Services was issued to those students, and the data were statistically analyzed through SPSS22.0. Results: Students' cognition for community health services mainly comes from internship (practice), followed by class teaching; college nursing students' cognition for community health services is lower; junior college students' willingness to become a volunteer or internship or to work in the community is stronger than that of undergraduate and graduate students; the proportion of the undergraduate nursing students who hold the opinion that the employment in community health services is closely related to the major is lower than that of junior college students and undergraduate students. Conclusion: College nursing students’ cognition for community health services is lower as limited by cognition source; the willingness to participate in community health services varies with nursing students with different educational backgrounds. As a result, schools shall strengthen publicity of relevant community services knowledge, combine theories and practice and correctly guide nursing students on their employment attitude towards community nursing.

Keywords


College Nursing Students; Community Health Services; Cognition


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/icesd2019/29813

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