Abstract：Objective To explore the level and influencing factors of professional identity and psychological resilience of college nursing students during the prevention and control of COVID19 epidemic. Methods In April 2020, 425 nursing students (undergraduates)in a private university in Shanghai were surveyed with the general information questionnaire, the professional identity questionnaire and the ConnorDavidson resilience scale(CDRISC). Results The total scores of professional identity and psychological resilience of the 425 nursing students were 60.84±11.27 and 25.17±6.54 with significantly positive correlation between them(P<0.05). Results of the univariate analysis showed that the score of professional identity was related to the students' grade, in or notin the pilot class, academic performance, admission intention to major, liking or unliking nursing major, having or not having social practice experience, and future employment intention(P<0.05). The score of psychological resilience was related to the students' gender, academic performance, being or not being student leader, admission intention to major, liking or unliking nursing major, having or not having social practice experience, future employment intention, and having or not having medical staff among their relatives(P<0.05). Results of the multiple linear regression analysis showed that psychological resilience, preference for nursing major, future employment intention, grade, and gender could explain the 52.1% of variation in nursing students' professional identity; professional identity, gender, academic performance, being or not being student leader, future employment intention, and social practice experience could explain the 41.2% of variation of psychological resilience of nursing students. Conclusion During the prevention and control of COVID19 epidemic, the professional identity score of college nursing students was at medium level, higher than the domestic norm. The psychological resilience score was at medium level too, and there was no statistically significant difference from the domestic norm. There was still much room for improvement. Professional identity and psychological resilience were positively correlated and affected each other, and both were affected by multiple factors.
王琼芳，王 婷，陆玮新，徐 燕. COVID-19疫情防控期间高校护理专业学生的职业认同感及心理弹性研究[J]. 教育生物学杂志, 2021, 9(5): 393-.
WANG Qiongfang, WANG Ting, LU Weixin, XU Yan. Research on professional identity and psychological resilience of college nursing students during prevention and control of COVID-19 epidemic. JOURNAL OF BIO-EDUCATION, 2021, 9(5): 393-.