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2019, Cilt 9, Sayı 2, Sayfa(lar) 326-334
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DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2019.334
The Relationship Between the Social and Intellectual Activities of Nursing Students and Their Academic Achievement and Life Satisfaction
Trakya University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing, Edirne, Turkey
Keywords: Nursing, Student, Activity, Academic achievement, Life satisfaction

In this study, it was aimed to investigate the relationship between social and intellectual activities of nursing students, and their academic achievement status, and life satisfaction. This descriptive study was conducted on n = 455 students in the first, second, third and fourth grades who were trained in the Nursing Department of the Faculty of Health Sciences of a University between February-March 2018. The research data were collected by the questionnaire form prepared by the researchers and the Life Satisfaction Scale (SDS). In the evaluation of the data, descriptive statistics as well as Chi-Square test, Mann-Whitney U test, Kruskal-Wallis test, and Spearman correlation analysis methods were used. The average age of the students was 20.5±1.8, and the sex of 86.6% was females. It was determined that 47.7% of the students had a general grade average between 2.51-3.00 and academic achievement was moderate. (p=0.011) significantly higher than the others (0.00-2.00, 2.01-2.50, 3.51-4.00) between 2.51-3.00 (medium) and 3.01-3.50 (good) 1-2 times going to cinema (p=0.045) and participating in cultural excursions (p=0.003). The average score of the students was 14.4±4.3. There was no statistically significant relationship (p=0.073) between CGS average scores and overall grade scores. (p<0.001), foreign language (p=0.007), foreign language (p=0.002), friendship (p<0.001), social relations (p<0.001) (p<0.001), newspaper reading habit (p=0.008), and cultural visits (p<0.001) were found to have higher mean scores and a better life satisfaction. Students who have a good or moderate level of academic achievement are more active in social and intellectual aspects. Students who are more active in social and intellectual aspects have higher life satisfaction. However, there is no connection between academic achievement and life satisfaction. According to this; training of nursing students who are disciplined professional candidates should not be focused solely on increasing academic achievement. In the course of their training, further orientation to social and intellectual activities will increase their life satisfaction.

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