| || || Ayub, Samsun Nisha|
| || || Lived experiences of newly qualified Fijian nurses during clinical placement eleven months after registration in Fiji|
Author:Ayub, Samsun Nisha
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Subject: Nurses | Training of | Fiji. Nursing | Study and teaching | Fiji. Nursing | Vocational guidance | Fiji. Nursing | Practice | Fiji.
Call No.: Pac RT 71 .A98 2020
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission
Abstract: New nurses graduating from a three-year course in nursing are employed by the Ministry of Health at the tertiary teaching hospital in Fiji. During the transition from university life to that of employment new nurses usually experience stress and hurdles in the new environment. This is also evident in the literature worldwide. However, there is no record of any research carried out in Fiji to explore whether new nurses in this country also face the same type of hurdles and stress. Using the Transitional Theory lens, this study was set to explore the experiences of newly graduating nurses in Fiji.