The Relationships among Self-Efficacy and Satisfaction of Nursing Students who Received Online Learning in COVID-19 Situations

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Siriluck Panya
Soomisa Koomala
Siriorn Khoyun

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This study was a descriptive correlation research. The study aimed at investigating the relationships between self-efficacy and satisfaction of nursing students who received online learning in COVID-19 situations. The sample consisted of 300 nursing students who online learning and register summer semester in academic year 2019 in government and private university in the north-eastern region of Thailand. The instruments used to collect data included a demographic characteristic questionnaire, Online learning self-efficacy scale and online learning satisfied questionnaire. Data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean and Spearmen’s rank correlation.


The research findings revealed that self-efficacy was positively related to satisfaction of nursing students who received online learning with statistical significance (r = .666, p <.001). The study findings could be utilized to guidance for development self-efficacy promotion program in nursing students who received online learning.

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Panya S, Koomala S, Khoyun S. The Relationships among Self-Efficacy and Satisfaction of Nursing Students who Received Online Learning in COVID-19 Situations. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [nternet]. 2021Aug.31 [cited 2021Nov.30];22(2):141-8. vailable from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/251661
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