Aim: The aim of this study is to understand the current situation and influencing factors of occupational exposure of clinical
nursing interns, evaluate the intervention effect of occupational exposure of clinical nursing interns, so as to provide a basis for
formulating occupational protection measures.
Methods: A total of 2190 clinical nursing interns from May 2012 to December 2018 in a Tertiary Teaching Hospital were
selected as research objects to investigate the occupational exposure of clinical nursing interns before and after the implementation
of the intervention measures.
Results: Mechanical injury accounted for the first 53.83% of occupational exposure, and education level was related to the
incidence of occupational exposure of interns. After intervention, interns’ awareness of standard protection knowledge and
measures and standard protection behavior were significantly improved.
Conclusion: It is an effective way to reduce the incidence of interns’ occupational exposure that teaching hospitals complete
pre-job training of occupational exposure and occupational protection before interns enter clinical practice and improve the
adherence of nursing operation process.
Keywords: Nursing Interns; Occupational Exposure; Intervention; Study