Aspects of Engagement in Learning Activities of Newly Graduated Nurses
Ai Katsuyama, MSN, School of Osaka Prefecture University Habikino campus, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino, Japan; Yasuko Hosoda, PhD, RN, Graduate School of Nursing, Osaka Prefecture University, Habikino, Japan
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This study aimed to elucidate the aspects of engagement in learning activities of newly graduated nurses. Semi-structured interviews with 16 newly graduated nurses was analyzed and qualitatively and descriptively. Based on the contents of interview, four core categories were generated: "Behavioral engagement,"" Emotional engagement, ""Cognitive engagement," and "Agentic engagement."
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Newly Graduated Nurses;
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