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madani H, norouzi A, norouzi S. Investigating the dimensions of Incivility Scale in Learner-Trainer Interactions at Zanjan University of Medical Sciences. jmed 2021; 16 (3) :175-187
URL: http://jmed.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-1219-en.html
zanjan medical sciences , norouzi62@yahoo.com
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    Introduction: This study aims to identify the psychometric properties of developmental tools observed by the learner and the trainer in the process of nursing training.
Methods: In this study, 200 nursing students of Abhar University of Medical Sciences (110 males and 90 females), completed the perceived incivility tools in learner -trainer interactions. To evaluate the reliability, Cronbach alpha retest and calculation methods were used. To determine the structural validity of the tools, exploratory factor analysis was used.
Result: After modification of the questions of scale, reliability was found to be acceptable. Exploration factor analysis revealed the first part of the scale containing four components thus determining 60.72% of the total variance. These components are referred to as: students' incivility in the classroom, lack of motivation, lack of planning and preparation of the learners, and the indifference of the learners to the opinions of others. The second part of the scale contains three components determining 64.69% of the total variance. These components are also referred to as incivility of professors in the classroom, ineffective teaching and lack of effective interpersonal communication skills.
Conclusion: The above tool bears an acceptable validity for examining the perceived incivility between learner and trainer in the nursing training process and is suitable for Iranian students so that it can be deployed for other universities of medical sciences across the country.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medical Education
Received: 2021/06/29 | Accepted: 2021/08/8 | Published: 2021/12/1

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