Background: This study is to know about the student’s satisfaction level regarding clinical learning environment.
Methodology: A descriptive cross-sectional study design was conducted in Peshawar, KPK. Participants were selected from different semester by using random sampling technique. The data was collected through modi ied questionnaire.
Results: A total of 140 nursing students of BSN and post RN participated in which male were 54 (38.6%) and female were 86 (61.4%). The average age of the study participants was 24.41 years with a SD 5.194. The total male participants were 54, among 3 (5.5%) of them were dissatis ied from their clinical environment, 46 (85.1%) were satis ied and 5 (9.2%) were highly satis ied from their clinical environment. On the other hand among total female participant 86, among 2 (2.3%) of them were dissatis ied, 72 (83.7%) were satis ied and 12 (13.9%) participants were highly satis ied from their clinical environment.
Conclusion: The current study conducted in two nursing colleges, focused on satisfaction level regarding clinical environment. The result showed that the satisfaction level was in ascending order as the junior students were least satis ied. Most satis ied students were from senior most classes. The study shows the need for further research work on factors affecting satisfaction level in order to help the low level of satisfaction amongst junior classes’ students.
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