Assess the Level of Perception Regarding Instructor Caring Behaviour among Nursing Students at SRM College of Nursing
Keywords:Caring Behaviour,Instructor, Nursing students.
Introduction: Caring is actually fundamental concept in nursing and manifests openness and honesty in the
humanitarian area and the core of nursing science. Caring is the heart and soul of nursing, and people expect
caring more than any other from nurses. Caring in nursing consist of two key dimensions, namely physical
and mental. The psychological caring behaviors results in building confidence the feeling, faith and honesty
of nursing: is caring a science.
Aim: A study to assess the level of perception regarding instructor caring behavior among nursing students
at SRM College of Nursing, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur.
Methodology: Non experimental descriptive research design was used to assess the level of perception
regarding instructor caring behavior among nursing students. The study was conducted at SRM college of
nursing, Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram district. 200 students who were studying at SRM college of nursing
were selected by Non – probability convenient sampling technique. Research design was descriptive design.
The data collection consisted two parts.Part A Demographic variables, Part B The structured questionnaire to
assess the level of perception regarding instructor caring behavior among nursing students. It was validated
and found to be feasible.
Results and Conclusion: The following conclusions were drawn and the basis of the findings of the study.
121 (54.3%) Students have perceived that their was a moderate level of caring behavior by the instructor, 90
(40.4%) students have perceived that their was a high level of caring behavior by the instructor.
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