Motivation of Employee Class D III Nursing Students In Following Clinical Practices In Laboratory In Waingapu Nursing Study Program In 2018
Introduction: motivation to learn is a mental force that encourages learning. The source of motivation in learning can be differentiated into two, namely intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation, Rusman (2011). Laboratory practice learning is a learning activity carried out in the laboratory both on campus and outside the campus (clinic or field) that allows students to gain real experience, test the knowledge and skills previously obtained by demonstration or simulation. The motivation of employee class nursing students in practicing in the laboratory has not reached 100% (Attendance at Laboratory attendance in 2017 is 75%). Objective: This study is: Identifying Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation of Nursing Diploma III employees in attending clinical practice at the Nursing Study Program Laboratory. Method: Qualitative research with descriptive phenomenology approach, participant selection using snowball sampling. Data collection is done by a structured interview method. Results: The resulting theme is Intrinsic consisting of 3 categories, namely: Feelings, desires, and self-actualization. While the Extrinsic Theme consists of 4 categories, namely: Environment, Method, Infrastructure and service facilities.