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Eprint ID
11812
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Title Alternative
Factors affecting the decision making to enter nursing course
Author
Arakawa, Yasuko
Ono, Tsuruko
Ohara, Ruriko
Ito, Hisae
Kitajima, Kouiti
Abstract
The shortage of nurses is one of the very important social problems in Japan. This study by questionaire survey was done to reveal the factors affecting the decision making of senior highschool students to enter nursing course. Two handred thirty-four 3-year college students studying in nursing course their 168 parents and 109 highschool teachers responded, and those data were statistically analysed. The results were as follows; 1. Students' choice to the nursing course were done basically by themselves, but were influenced by their parents and highschool teachers. 2. They, highschool students, parents and teachers have little knowledge about nursing job and nursing education on that time. 3. The incease in number of bachelor course to nursing in Japan may have impact on students, their parents and teachers, and it may link with the increase of students aiming to be nurses.
Keywords
nursing course
junior college
course guidance
Published Date
1992-02-05
Publication Title
岡山大学医療技術短期大学部紀要
Publication Title Alternative
Bulletin of School of Health Sciences Okayama University
Volume
volume2
Publisher
岡山大学医療技術短期大学部
Publisher Alternative
School of Health Sciences Okayama University
Start Page
97
End Page
104
ISSN
0917-4494
NCID
AN10355371
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
language
日本語
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publisher
Refereed
False
Eprints Journal Name
fhs