Hemşirelikte Profesyonel Sosyalizasyon Sürecine, Bakım Veren Eğitici ve Klinik Öğrenme Çevresinin Etkisi

Profesyonel sosyalizasyon, bireylerin bir mesleğe yönelik bilgi, beceri, tutum, inanç, değer, norm, etik standartları içselleştirme ve bunları davranışının bir parçası haline getirme süreci olarak tanımlanmaktadır. Hemşirelik öğrencilerinde profesyonel sosyalizasyonun gerçekleşmesinde top-lam eğitim süresinin yarısını oluşturan klinik uygulamalar önemli yer tutmaktadır. Öğrenciler kli-nik uygulama alanlarında, teorik ve uygulamayı sentezleyerek profesyonel hemşire rolüne hazır-lanmakta, yani hemşire gibi düşünmeyi ve davranmayı öğrenmektedir. Hemşirelik öğrencilerinde profesyonel sosyalizasyon sürecinin desteklenmesinde bakım veren eğitici ve klinik öğrenme çev-resi önemli yer tutmaktadır. Bu derlemenin amacı hemşirelikte profesyonel sosyalizasyon sürecin-de olumlu klinik öğrenme çevresi ve bakım veren eğiticinin öneminin paylaşılmasıdır.

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