Title

Factors affecting the clinical performance of Bachelor of Science in Nursing students in De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

1-2019

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

clinical performance, nursing students

Abstract

This study utilized a descriptive research design. The respondents were composed of 123 Bachelor of Science of Nursing students and they were chosen using purposive sampling. The respondents were composed of 123 Bachelor of Science in Nursing students. The research instrument used in this study was an adapted and modified tool. The study concluded that, 1) Most of the respondents were Catholic, female and fourth year students; 2) The factors affecting the clinical performance of the respondents to a very great extent were approachable clinical instructor, being knowledgeable of their patient's diagnosis, establishing good relationship with their patient, being guided by their clinical instructor, having regular and enough hours of sleep, being hygienically prepared, reviewing their past lesions before their clinical duty, having good relationship with staff nurses and patient's relatives and eating their meal before duty. On the other hand,the factors affecting the clinical performance of the respondents to a great extent were not asking their clinical instructor for clarification, having good relationship with their significant others, watchingmedical-related TV series or surfing the internet, not observing their group mates performance first, uncooperative patient, hot clinical area and taking vitamin supplements to improve their strength and resistance. Lastly, the factor affecting the clinical performance of the respondents to a moderate extent were doing regular exercises and having the staff nurses and doctors observe them performing. The overall result was interpreted as effects to a very great extent; 3) The factors affecting the clinical performances of Bachelor of Science in Nursing students in De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute did not differ significantly with religion, sex and year level.

First Advisor

Marjorie Fay P. Sta. Maria

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