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RMJ. 2023; 48(4): 1031-1034

Student engagement and cultural competence in nursing students

Nina Indriyawati, DYP Sugiharto, Martono, Muchsin.


Objective: To establish a correlation between the level of involvement nursing students have during clinical practice and their ability to demonstrate cultural competency.
Methodology: This cross-sectional study was conducted at Applied Nursing Undergraduate Study Program, Indonesia and andom sampling was used to enroll 250 participants. A self-reporting questionnaire was administered to gather data, which were analyzed using SPSS.
Results: The mean score of student engagement was 73.68 (SD:6.769) and cultural
competence was significant 55.76 (SD:4.182). Student engagement showed a high association with the cultural competence (p

Key words: Student engagement, cultural competence, nursing student.

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