Career interest, self-efficacy, and perception in undecided and nursing undergraduate students: a quantitative study.

@article{Fillman2014CareerIS,
  title={Career interest, self-efficacy, and perception in undecided and nursing undergraduate students: a quantitative study.},
  author={Valentina M Fillman},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2014},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={
          251-5
        }
}
Career choice variables of career interest, self-efficacy, and perception were chosen based upon Social Cognitive Career Theory concepts for study between nursing and undecided undergraduate student groups. Components of the Career Search Questionnaire and Perceptions of Professional Nursing instruments were combined and adapted to form the Career Choice Survey for use in this research. This web-based survey totaling 40 questions was sent to 577 undergraduate students with a 12% response rate… CONTINUE READING
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