SHS Web Conf.
Volume 31, 2016ERPA International Congresses on Education 2016 (ERPA 2016)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||05 September 2016|
Determination of nursing students’ self-efficacy belief levels in anatomy lectures
1 Kocaeli University, School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Kocaeli, Turkey
2 Kocaeli University, School of Physical Education and Sport, Department of Sports Management, Kocaeli, Turkey
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
The Anatomy is the most basic lecture of the departments that give health education. The human anatomy is need to be comprehended to success in nursing field. Anatomy subjects are taught independently in each committee in Nursing Department that is in School of Health in Kocaeli University. The aim of our study is assessment of the impact of the Anatomy lectures on Anatomy Self-Efficacy Beliefs of nursing students. Totally 95 students (mean of ages 19,13 ± 1,595) who are 25 boys (%26,3) and 70 girls (%73,7) attended to our research. Anatomy Self-Efficacy Belief (ASEB) scale and personal information survey(age, gender, the geographical region that he/she came from, the place that he/she resides) are applied to these students. Statistically, when the relation between ASEB levels of the students and their residences was assessed, it is found that there is a significant difference on between the ASEB levels of the students who reside in dormitory and that of the students who reside at home (p<0.05). This outcome makes think that the residences of students can be effective on their success levels on the lectures. Due to the fact that dormitories that are in campus are close to the university, the attendances of lectures of students who reside in dormitory are more than the others and it shows that these students are able to study better than the others.
Key words: Anatomy / self-efficacy / nursing / education
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