Transactional Analysis Model Used by Faculty Members in Their Interaction with Nursing Students
Mervat Hosny Shalaby and Shereen Mohamed Abo - El yzeed
Department of Psychiatric and Mental Health nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Tanta University
Abstract: Background: the concept of transaction analysis model has played a vital role in nursing education. Communication between faculty members and students in teaching learning process is important to be able to learn desired behaviors because the communication process will affect both individuals. Healthy communication needs to be established and maintained particularly in enhanced environment. Objective: The present study determines different ego estates used by faculty members in their interaction with nursing students. Material and methods: This followed a descriptive research design. The study was carried out at Faculty of Nursing, Tanta University. The subjects of study consisted of 47 members of nursing educators that employed Faculty of Nursing Tanta University, and 225 members of nursing students'4th years registered at the same faculty. Two tools were used: 1- students ' interview schedule. 2- Faculty members' interview schedule. Results: the main reveal that, the adult ego state was most often by faculty members in their relation with students, and there were a significant difference between faculty members and nursing students toward their perception about different ego states of faculty members. Recommendations: this study recommended that developed workshop to develop the faculty members' awareness of their behaviors that produced during interactions with students. Developed educational analysis approach in the relation with students and developed conferences about the important of faculty members- interaction and their influences on education process.
[Mervat Hosny Shalaby and Shereen Mohamed Abo - El yzeed. Transactional Analysis Model Used by Faculty Members in Their Interaction with Nursing Students. J Am Sci 2012;8(10):603-611]. (ISSN: 1545-1003). http://www.jofamericanscience.org. 83
Key words: Transection analysis, Parent ego state, Adult ego state, Child ego state Full Text 83