2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472012000200019
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Opção e evasão de um curso de graduação em enfermagem: percepção de estudantes evadidos

Abstract: Qualitative study, developed in a Federal University in southern Brazil aiming to know the motives for choosing and evading a Bachelor's degree programme in Nursing, in the evaded students 'perception. The data were collected through a questionnaire sent by e-mail to 19 evaded students. The 9 questionnaires that returned were submitted to Qualitative Textual Analysis, and two categories emerged motives to opt for the nursing programme and motives to evade from the nursing programme. The results showed that the… Show more

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“…The percentage of nursing students decrease over the past two years. Evasion can be related to lack of maturity in decision making, lack of information on the course, diffi culty in adjusting to the academic environment, fi nancial or family problems, dissatisfaction with the teaching system, or else dissatisfaction with the profession chosen (15) . Moreover, the higher percentage of nursing students in the early years can be related to the Program for Expansion and Restructuring of Federal Universities (REUNI), launched in July 2007 and that counts on government incentives.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The percentage of nursing students decrease over the past two years. Evasion can be related to lack of maturity in decision making, lack of information on the course, diffi culty in adjusting to the academic environment, fi nancial or family problems, dissatisfaction with the teaching system, or else dissatisfaction with the profession chosen (15) . Moreover, the higher percentage of nursing students in the early years can be related to the Program for Expansion and Restructuring of Federal Universities (REUNI), launched in July 2007 and that counts on government incentives.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It should be noted that when the students start their graduate studies, they are unaware of the functions performed by nurses. Inserting them in the fields of practice helps them create ties with health workers and reflect on their duties and responsibilities (19) . Therefore, it is up to the professors to discuss the work process and enable students to understand that their performance will occur within the dimensions of care as well as management, and recognise that these two dimensions are complementary and interdependent (20) .…”
Section: They Are Intertwined I Cannot Provide Care If I Don't Managmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…So, they are forced to take positions that are completely different from their field of study. Young adults need to work to survive and wish to study to progress, so they need to sacrifice other things they are interested in, such as leisure, outings and, sometimes, the graduation itself (8) . The high number of young students with an active sexual life observed in this study is a result of the current tendency that has been transforming the sexual behavior of adolescents.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%