Nursing Students' Perceptions of Clinical Teachers' Use of Empowering Teaching Behaviours: Instrument Psychometrics and ApplicationInternational Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship (2012)
AbstractThe authors present findings of 2nd year nursing students’ (N = 352) perceptions of their clinical teachers’ use of empowering teaching behaviours (ETB) and to highlight steps undertaken to establish psychometric properties of the Empowering Teaching Behaviours Questionnaire – Student (ETBQ-S). The authors identify a) the process involved in the adoption of the ETBQ-S, b) ETBQ-S validity procedures completed prior to instrument implementation, c) results of nursing students’ responses to the ETBQ-S, d) criterion validity, and e) ETBQ-S confirmatory factor analysis findings conducted after study completion. The ETBQ-S reliably measures five facets of empowering actions that clinical teachers can employ with nursing students in practice to enhance their confidence, involve them in decision-making and goal setting, make learning meaningful, and help them to become more autonomous nurses.
- Empowering teaching behaviours,
- Clinical teachers,
- Nursing students
Publication DateFebruary, 2012
Citation InformationYolanda Babenko-Mould, Carrolll L. Iwasiw, Mary-Anne Andrusyszyn, Heather K. Spence Laschinger, et al.. "Nursing Students' Perceptions of Clinical Teachers' Use of Empowering Teaching Behaviours: Instrument Psychometrics and Application" International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship Vol. 9 Iss. 1 (2012)
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