NURSING AUDIT OF CLINICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AMONG NURSING STUDENT.
The quality of nurse education depends on clinical experience that nursing students receive in their operating clinical environment which can have a profound impact on their learning either positively or negatively. The objectives were to investigate the effectiveness of clinical learning across different levels, within institution. Methods: Descriptive design was used first, second and third year students pursing Bachelor’s degree, Quantitative data was collected using self-administered questionnaires from 300 participants recruited through simple random sampling, and Data was analyzed using SPSS (version 20.0). Results study demonstrated that about 73% of the students right now that there was no mix of hypothesis and practice. About 75% of students were not given criticism on their exhibition in the clinical setting. The outcomes from the subjective information indicated that students were not satisfactorily administered as they learned all alone. The investigation likewise found from the conversations that there were poor understudy staff connections. Conclusion, in spite of the importance of clinical practice in preparing the nursing students for the work they do as practicing nurses after graduation, this study has shown that clinical practice had inadequately prepared students for the nursing profession.