A Study on Life Skills of Undergraduate Nursing Students Prachomlao College of Nursing, Phetchaburi Province
This research aimed to: (1) study life skills of nursing students and (2) compared mean scores of life skills among nursing students with different family factors. The sample groups in the study were Year 1-4 nursing students studying at King Mongkut's College of Nursing Phetchaburi Province, academic year 2019, 180 students. research instruments were the life skills assessment of adolescent students. The instrument reliability was obtained with a cronbach value of .91. The data was analyzed using mean and standard deviation and the difference on mean scores of life skills among nursing students with different family factors were testing by independent t-test.
The result found that Nursing students were high overall life skills (M = 4.02, SD = .34), with high social skills, the highest individual mean (M = 4.07, SD = .34), followed by skills. Emotional coping and thinking, respectively (M = 3.99, SD = .43; M = 3.88, SD = .42), compared the mean scores of life skills among the graduate nursing students with different family factors. Male students had more life skills average scores than female students. The second child students had the highest life skills average score.
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