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:: Volume 9, Issue 6 (December-January 2020) ::
JHPM 2020, 9(6): 122-136 Back to browse issues page
Barriers to Lifelong Learning of Nursing Students in the Clinical Environment from the Perspective of Nursing Faculty Members: A Qualitative study
Shahla Mohammadzadeh Zarankesh1 , Parivash Jafari , Mohammadali Hosseini , Akhtar Jamali
Islamic Azad University , pjaafari@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Lifelong learning is an important issue in nursing education and nursing students need to understand the need to pursue learning throughout their professional life. The aim of this study was to identify the barriers to lifelong learning of nursing students in clinical learning environment from the perspective of faculty members 
Methods: The present study is a qualitative study with a content analysis approach that was sampled purposefully using semi-structured reply interviews with 19 nursing teachers during 2017-2018. To ensure the accuracy of the data, the credibility, conformability, dependability and transferability were used.
Data were analyzed by content analysis method using MAX-Q10 software.
Results: Barriers to lifelong learning in clinical learning environments in 6 main themes including: inadequate organizational environment, distorted professional status, lack of inter professional cooperation, poor socio-economic conditions of nurses in the health care system, lack of physical facilities - technology, culture, economy and lack of evaluation system  Based on performance was identified.
Conclusions: Nursing students face a number of obstacles in the clinical learning environment that reduce their motivation for lifelong learning. It is suggested that the nursing education curriculum be developed with a lifelong learning and mechanisms be implemented with the support of the authorities.
Keywords: Lifelong Learning, Nursing Student, Clinical Education, Learning Environment, Barriers.  
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing management & administration
Received: 2020/08/7 | Accepted: 2021/01/3 | Published: 2020/11/30
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Mohammadzadeh Zarankesh1 S, Jafari P, Hosseini M, Jamali A. Barriers to Lifelong Learning of Nursing Students in the Clinical Environment from the Perspective of Nursing Faculty Members: A Qualitative study. JHPM 2020; 9 (6) :122-136
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