3 years ago

Stress, stressors and related factors in clinical learning of midwifery students in Iran: a cross sectional study

Behrooz Rezaei, Juliana Falahati, Raziyeh Beheshtizadeh
Midwifery is an emotionally challenging profession, and academic education of midwifery especially clinical learning has its own specific challenges. Midwifery students face with stressful experiences, especially related to instructor and characteristics of clinical environment, which can affect their theoretical and practical abilities. There is insufficient evidence in this field. This study aimed to explore (1) the perceived stress and stressors of midwifery students and (2) the relationships between students' stress and related factors in clinical learning environment.
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