Assessment of New Graduate Nurses Transition Role at Minia University Hospitals
Magda Sayed Yassin Fawaz, Mona Mostafa Elshazly, Safaa Mohamed Abdelrahman and Rasha Mohamed Nagib Ali
Background: Transition is the period of learning, adjustment and socialization, when the nurse applies, consolidates and increases their existing knowledge, gaining competence that is applicable to the nursing practice of the clinical setting or patient population in which they are expected to perform.
Aim: Assessing of new graduate nurses transition role at Minia University Hospitals.
Research Design: Descriptive research design was utilized in this study.
Setting: The study was carried out at Minia University Hospitals.
Subject: A convenient sample the study subjects were include all novice nurses (bachelor's degree). They are working in the field of nursing practice less than one year (no=110).
Tools: One tool was used in this study; nurses, The Casey-Fink Graduate Nurse Experience Survey.
Results and Conclusions: Less than half of the sample had moderate level of confidence and none of them had high level of confidence. As well as the majority of them had moderate level of satisfied about the aspects of their job and none of them had high level of satisfied about the aspects of their job.
Recommendations: Further attention to academic preparation of nursing new graduate nurses to promote their perceptions about role transition.
Magda Sayed Yassin Fawaz, Mona Mostafa Elshazly, Safaa Mohamed Abdelrahman, Rasha Mohamed Nagib Ali. Assessment of New Graduate Nurses Transition Role at Minia University Hospitals. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2021;4(1):273-279.