Level of perception of nurses regarding family-witnessed resuscitation
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The researchers used the descriptive research design where the respondents were nurses employed at De La Salle University Medical Center. The study used convenience or accidental sampling and a modified-adapted questionnaire from Koberich and colleagues (2010) as research instrument. Data was analysed using percentage, frequency distribution, and chi-square test. Most of the respondents were female and were aged 21-30 years old, have 0-5 years of clinical experience and majority were assigned at the emergency department. The level of perception of nurses regarding family-witnessed resuscitation was positive. There were no significant differences in the level of perception of nurses regarding family-witnessed resuscitation in terms of age, gender, years of clinical experience and area of assignment.
Agramon, J. C.,
Gatela, G. C.,
Butalid, R. A.,
Rico, K. E.
Level of perception of nurses regarding family-witnessed resuscitation.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
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