The Relationships among DISC, Satisfaction of Clinical Practice and Self-Efficacy of Clinical Practice in Nursing Students

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Yeol-Eo Chun, Hye-Young Hwang

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between Hippocrates substrate type (DISC) of nursing students, Satisfaction of Clinical Practice and Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice.This study was implemented under explanation of purpose and agreement of a total of 300 students attending in nursing students. The subjects are nursing students in 3rd and 4th grade. The analysis was done using SPSS 23.0win program.The difference between Hippocrates temperaments, satisfaction and self-efficacy was analyzed by ANOVA and the effect between the subjects Hippocrates temperaments with satisfaction and self-efficacy of clinical practice was analyzed by stepwise multiple regression.As a result, the Hippocrates substrate type(DISC) of nursing students had the highest mucus(stable). The Satisfaction of Clinical Practice was 3.48.60, and the Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice was 3.87.64. Looking at the relationship between DISC, Satisfaction of Clinical Practice and Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice, Among the Hippocrates substrate types, bile duct (leading type) scored 3.54.85, it was not statistically significant. In relation to Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice, bile duct (leading type) scored 4.13.56, indicating that the Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice was the highest. For the research main factors attributing to satisfaction of clinical practice, subjects general characteristics such as university life satisfaction, health status, satisfactionof clinical practice, nursing major satisfaction and Hippocrates temperaments were analyzed using multi center retrospective study. These variables showed effectiveness for satisfaction of clinical practice and was statistically significant (?=.317, p=.000). For the research main factors attributing to of self-efficacy onclinical practice,  Regression analysis results indicated satisfaction of nursing major(?=.323, p=.000) and DISC(?=-.079, p=.004) were the most effective.As a result of this study, it is considered to be the basic data for preparing various strategies for improving Self-efficacy of Clinical Practice according to Hippocrates substrate type(DISC).

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Yeol-Eo Chun, Hye-Young Hwang. (2021). The Relationships among DISC, Satisfaction of Clinical Practice and Self-Efficacy of Clinical Practice in Nursing Students. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 1145 - 1154. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/228
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