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Journal of Nursing & Care
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23rd World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

Ming-Yueh Tseng, Shiow-Li Hwang, Mei-Yao Ho, Wei-Shu Lai and Shu-Yun Tu
Meiho University, Taiwan
Asia University, Taiwan
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Nurs Care
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1168-C1-050
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to explore work adaption for newly graduated nurses during their first year of nursing career. A qualitative approach with narrative inquiry to nurses who were graduated in 2014 and clinical preceptor with purposive sampling and snow ball sampling. A total 18 newly graduated nurses and 4 clinical preceptors were recruited, each one completed interviews between 1 to 5 times. The results derived from this study would share the knowledge about “phenomenon of adaptation”. Three stage of “phenomenon of adaptation” were: “challenge and changeable stage”, “grow up stage”, and “stabilization stage”. In “challenge and changeable stage“, the themes were revealed included a lack of support and belonging in clinical settings, insufficient career planning, insufficient nursing competences to handle various situations, challenge by various clinical situations, a lack of communication skills, value of nursing, clinical reasoning, and self-confidences. In regard to “grow up stage”; most new nurses were struggles with multiple work stress, caring severe patients and highly difficulties, and adjust the time lag with night shift. In “stabilization stage”; new nurses presented with confidence to nursing profession, recognize the hardness and achievement, fulfilled thankfulness, however, due to the hardness in nursing profession, some of them started to exam nursing career critically. The competence and preparation for newly graduated nurses would be in summed with 8 letters of alphabet: “SURVIVAL” which were “S (support network)”, “U (useful tailored plan)”, “R (resilience)”, “V (vivid scenario)”, “I (interdisciplinary communication)”, “V (value of nursing)”, “A (adjusting to environment)”, and “L (learning by doing)”. In suggestion, nursing school should reform curriculum, teaching strategies, and clinical practicum to enhance nursing students’ clinical competence and preparation.
Biography

Ming-Yueh Tseng has completed her PhD in Nursing from Graduate Institute of Clinical Medicine Chang Gung University. She is an Assistant Professor in Mei-Ho University in Taiwan and has done her specialty is in Nursing Education and Long-Term Care.

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