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Journal of Nursing Research and Practice

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The impact of COVID - 19 pandemic on the clinical training of nursing students in UAE

Author(s): Huda Mohammad Ali Rasheed*, Israa Abuijlan, Rachel James, Shaimaa Abd Elsamad and Vijaya Kumardhas

Aim: This study aimed to assess the impact of the COVID - 19 pandemics on nursing students’ attitudes and practice during clinical training.

Design: A quantitative, descriptive, cross-sectional study done on Bachelor of Science in nursing students’ and consecutive 198 samples selected.

Methods: The data collection tool consists of two parts: first on demographic information, second consisted two questionnaires on the attitude and practice.

Results: The finding indicated that the majority were age group between 21 to 25 years old, females, 4th year studying, working in medical ward and living with their parents, with no health risk condition and tested between 11 to 19 times, negative results, not isolated with family negative results. The major findings showed that students’ attitude and practice were average (73.7%, 70.2%). In conclusion, nursing students’ attitudes and practice were average during clinical training and need a training program to cultivate students’ skills in disasters management.

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