This paper focuses on challenges faced by clinical students while finishing their education. The process of learning the theory and practice information necessary to perform a range of nursing roles is called clinical education. From the title, the primary goals and aims of this research are established. The title of this study is qualitatively descriptive. It answers the question, “What are some problems that clinical nurses students face and what can be done to address them in nursing practice?” Qualitative research is based on firsthand information to understand the real picture. A descriptive approach focuses more on the description of phenomena or populations being studied.
The report explores several difficulties and disparities within the health industry, particularly the clinical nursing sector (Farzi, Shahriari, & Farzi, 2018). There are several things that must be done to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in practice. Study highlights fear, incompetence and negative environments as major barriers. These elements can be attributed to clinical students not having the necessary experience. This has an effect on students’ ability to understand the essential concepts for practice nursing.
Here are some techniques to make sure that students in clinical training can be prepared for their education. Training staff must remember to communicate with students. Effective and efficient clinical education is only possible through communication between students and teachers. It is a proven strategy to help students in clinical nursing education achieve the best performance. Finally, models as a means of clinical education are acknowledged as a realistic strategy to achieve the intended goals within the clinical education process as nursing practice in the health sector (Farzi, Shahriari, & Farzi, 2018). For nursing education to be more effective, it is important that educators have the necessary expertise and are willing to work with students. These techniques ensure that there is a strong link between learning and practice in nursing, as well as enhancing clinical student conduct through training preparation.