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Views and Practice of Nursing Faculty towards Anecdotal Record Use in Clinical Supervision


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1 Manipal College of Nursing, # 363, H.V.Halli, Rajarajeswari Nagar, Bangalore, India
     

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Objective: To assess the views and practice of anecdotal record use among nursing faculty in clinical supervision and associate the views and practice with demographic variables of faculty.

Material and method: A cross sectional descriptive study was done among 84 nursing faculty recruited through non-probability purposive sampling technique. The data was collected using semi-structured self-administered questionnaire.

Result: The study findings showed that majority of the faculty were uncertain about importance of anecdotal record to be maintained during clinical supervision and it is not commonly practiced in educational institution. The faculty expressed that it is time consuming and the institutions are not making it compulsory to be maintained.

Conclusion: Anecdotal record maintained by nursing faculty during clinical supervision provides cumulative information on student learning and direction for further instruction in the. clinical areas.


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Anecdotal Record
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Authors

Mala Thayumanavan
Manipal College of Nursing, # 363, H.V.Halli, Rajarajeswari Nagar, Bangalore, India
Biju Soman
Manipal College of Nursing, # 363, H.V.Halli, Rajarajeswari Nagar, Bangalore, India

Abstract


Objective: To assess the views and practice of anecdotal record use among nursing faculty in clinical supervision and associate the views and practice with demographic variables of faculty.

Material and method: A cross sectional descriptive study was done among 84 nursing faculty recruited through non-probability purposive sampling technique. The data was collected using semi-structured self-administered questionnaire.

Result: The study findings showed that majority of the faculty were uncertain about importance of anecdotal record to be maintained during clinical supervision and it is not commonly practiced in educational institution. The faculty expressed that it is time consuming and the institutions are not making it compulsory to be maintained.

Conclusion: Anecdotal record maintained by nursing faculty during clinical supervision provides cumulative information on student learning and direction for further instruction in the. clinical areas.


Keywords


Anecdotal Record

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