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RESEARCH REPORT CRITIQUES
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RESEARCH REPORT CRITIQUES
Nursing students get stress due to studying the baccalaureate program due to much
concentration and losing confidence in their studies. The study was aimed at correlating the
stress perceived and the sense of belonging. Nursing students are taught to manage the patient's
anxiety and interpersonal relationships. This helps them execute their nursing skills and
contributes to professional nursing success. The paper was aimed to critique a paper which
explains the survey paper about the perceived stress and the sense of the belongings. This
equipped the students with the knowledge to understand and have the rectifying chance before
they get into the placement areas in the nursing professional.
Research purposes
This paper was used to describe the perceived stress and the sense of belonging among nursing
baccalaureate students in their clinical profession. This was associated with depression and
anxiety. The feeling of belonging is that act of feeling accepted in a particular group. The
research is all about how the nursing student relates to the nursing experience with the nursing
profession. It explores the act of possession among the students' life and professionalism as
they practice and train to be nurses and serve in the medical field. The research was majorly on
the physiological and psychological feedbacks of stresses which have various effects positively
and negatively. The stresses are termed as energy wanting and negative feedback and are dealt
with as the threat or real or in any kind of form(Grobecker, 2016).
Research design
The research design was descriptive coronation research and it analyzed and tells more about
the relationship between the perceived stress and the sense of belonging in the nursing
profession as studied by nursing students. The paper creates awareness among the students and
creates ideal problems for them to have partial experience from the actual problem. This design
is important and doesn’t have actual data for analysis, rather the mental cases and are described

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RESEARCH REPORT CRITIQUES Research Report Critiques Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Professor’s Name Course Title RESEARCH REPORT CRITIQUES Nursing students get stress due to studying the baccalaureate program due to much concentration and losing confidence in their studies. The study was aimed at correlating the stress perceived and the sense of belonging. Nursing students are taught to manage the patient's anxiety and interpersonal relationships. This helps them execute their nursing skills and contributes to professional nursing success. The paper was aimed to critique a paper which explains the survey paper about the perceived stress and the sense of the belongings. This equipped the students with the knowledge to understand and have the rectifying chance before they get into the placement areas in the nursing professional. Research purposes This paper was used to describe the perceived stress and the sense of belonging among nursing baccalaureate students in their clinical profession. This was associated with depression and anxiety. The feeling of belonging is that act of feeling accepted in a particular group. The research is all about how the nursing student relates to the nursing experience with the nursing profession. It explores the act of possession among the students' life and professionalism as they practice and train to be nurses and serve in the medical field. The research was majorly on the physiological and psychological feedbacks of stresses ...
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