Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Urban Services--Health Services
The purpose of this study was to provide baseline data regarding student perceptions of bureaucratic, professional, and service values and of instructors/preceptors as role models for each model of clinical supervision, traditional versus preceptored. A non-probability, convenience sample included 113 baccalaureate nursing students from two accredited programs in an urban area. Two instruments were used to identify student perceptions of bureaucratic, professional, and service values and of instructors/preceptors as role models. The results of the questionnaires revealed no significant differences between the students' perceptions of bureaucratic and service values and perceptions of instructors/preceptors as role models, Students' perceptions of professional values were significantly different by the type of supervision. Quantitative analysis failed to reveal that the groups differed on the basis of selected demographic characteristics. Implications for nursing education and strategies for improving utilization of research findings were discussed and recommendations for instrument revision as well as future research were suggested.
Hylton, Janice P..
"A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two Types of Clinical Instruction on Selected Variables Among Urban Baccalaureate Nursing Students"
(1993). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Dissertation, , Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/r7p7-ta69