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Table 3 illustrates how important and how upsetting the overall perceived mistreatment was for the students.
Table 3 Responses on the Degree of Importance And Emotional Effects of Perceived Mistreatment Educational Level Very Important, Slightly Important, Very Upsetting Slightly Upsetting No.
Forty-seven of the 59 first-year students (80%) and 64 of the 71 second-year students (90%) who perceived mistreatment identified the staff technologist as the primary source of abuse.
We believe their willingness to participate was due to the fact that the radiography profession is not immune to perceived mistreatment that students in the medical and nursing professions also have experienced.
Overall, our study suggests that the majority of radiography students perceive mistreatment in the clinical portion of their curriculum.
We found that students who perceived mistreatment in the clinical portion of their curriculum felt the abuse to be mainly verbal.
A majority of students felt the mistreatment to be slightly important and slightly upsetting.
Given the incidence of perceived mistreatment by students in our study, what are some potential remedies for this unsettling problem?
Table 5 Respondents' Suggestions For Preventing Clinical Mistreatment 1.
Perceived mistreatment and attitude change by graduate medical students: a retrospective study.