Abstract: Aim: This study is aimed to determine the risks and risks of the students who are enrolled in the 3rd and 4th classes of the Nursing Department of Health Sciences Faculty of Eurasia University and to determine the effects of these risks on their anxiety level. To reduce the anxiety level of these risks to reduce the anxiety level of nursing students. Method: The cross-sectional, descriptive type of study is the study of the universe of the University of Health Sciences at the University of Health Sciences in September-October 2017 (110 people) who are studying in the nursing department and who have participated more in practice. Data from the study; socio-demographic characteristics, risk and hazard perception based on working environment, OHS applications, Health Workers Safety Scale and Beck Anxiety Scale questionnaire were collected under direct observation. Data were analyzed using frequency, t test, ANOVA and correlation analysis. Results: 20.2% of the students (22 people) were male, 79.8% (87 people) were female and mean age was 21.82 ± 1.85 (min: 19, max: 30). 3. The BAS class students mean score (t = 2.32, p=0.02), 4. The mean scores of the grade students were higher (t=-2.26, p=0.02). A significant correlation was found between HWSS and BAS (r=-0.337, p=0.001). Conclusion: In this study, 3rd and 4th grade students who were practicing were found to have job security but experienced moderate anxiety.
Keywords: Practice, Nursing students, Job security, Anxiety