The views of a group of adolescents concerning their hospital experiences in one Montana community
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The primary purposes of this study were to determine the views of a selected group of adolescents towards their hospital experiences and obtain information from this group concerning their illnesses or injuries. The study was based on a survey conducted by interviewing a selected sample of adolescents between the ages of twelve and seventeen years. The majority of the adolescents indicated that they did not mind being hospitalized and viewed their hospitalization experiences as 'an experience.' The statistical analysis of the data revealed significant results in the answers to the majority of the questions asked but that there was no significant difference among the responses of the boys and girls.