Group Assignments: Perception of Undergraduate Nursing Students


  • Rabia S. Allari



Group assignment, Nursing, Perception, Students, Undergraduate.


Group assignments introduce the students to be effectively work in teams. Students demonstrate their
knowledge while learning to appreciate the perspective of others. The aim of this study is to explore the
nursing students’ perception of group assignments It is descriptive correlational study using self -administered
questionnaire consist of 14 items assessed the perception of group assignment. The sample size was 230
nursing student from colleges of nursing in governmental and private universities in Jordan. The overall
mean of students’ perception was 3.63 which is neutral. There is no relationship between student perception
of group assignments and the academic year as the p value = (0.699) greater than 0.05. In conclusion,
this study serves nursing programs in identifying the specific factors that adds difficulties to the students’
abilities to work in teams so as to build their competencies that will serve them in their future career because
team work considered as a vital nursing care delivery system in many facilities.

Author Biography

Rabia S. Allari

Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Jordan



How to Cite

Rabia S. Allari. (2021). Group Assignments: Perception of Undergraduate Nursing Students. Medico Legal Update, 21(2), 949-955.