Perceived self-efficacy of BSN students batch 2005 of DSL-HSC at the delivery room of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Self Efficacy, Delivery Rooms
A non-experimental, descriptive type of research was utilized. The respondents of the study included the 109 junior nursing students, which was determined using Slovin’s formula with 5% margin of error chosen through stratified random sampling. A self-made questionnaire, which was validated by a number of experts, was used to gather the needed information. Statistical treatments used were frequency distribution and percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent groups and Chi-square test. The study concluded that, most of the junior nursing students are female and have grades in NURS102 between 80.00 and 84.99. Most of the junior nursing students of DLS-HSC have high level of self-efficacy and self-assured themselves as very satisfactory in performing the procedures on birthing process and immediate newborn care during their related learning experience at the delivery room of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital. The perceived self-efficacy of male and female junior nursing students during their related learning experience at the delivery room of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital is found to be insignificantly different. The grade in NURS102 has no significant relationship to the perceived self-efficacy of the students in birthing and immediate newborn care.
Puspos, J. J., & Satingin, W. (2004). Perceived self-efficacy of BSN students batch 2005 of DSL-HSC at the delivery room of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital. [Bachelor's thesis, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsn/250/