Title

Perception on the effectiveness of clinical teaching methodologies to the competency level of Bachelor of Science in Nursing students in De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2016

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Teaching Rounds, Nursing Students, Education, Nursing

Abstract

The researchers utilized retrospective, quantitative, non-experimental, descriptive research methodology. The respondents of the study consisted of 101 nursing students from third and fourth year level of studying in De La Salle Health Sciences Institute A.Y. 2016-2017 and were identified using purposive sampling. The instrument utilized for gathering data was a questionnaire which was designed in accordance with the stated problems formulated on this study. Data was analysed using t-test, mean, standard deviation, and frequency distribution. Based on the findings, the respondents had very high perception on the effectiveness of clinical teaching methodologies to their competency level as evidenced by an overall mean of 4.28. This meant that they agreed to a very great extent that the clinical teaching methodologies were very highly effective in developing and enhancing their competency level. From among the clinical teaching methodologies, simulation obtained the highest mean of 4.28 which indicated that respondents perceived it to be very highly effective in terms of competency level building; while bedside teaching obtained the lowest mean of 4.17, which signified that the respondents perceived it to be only highly effective in terms of competency level building.

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