Title

Factors affecting the clinical performance of staff nurses in De La Salle University Medical Center

Date of Completion

2004

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Clinical Competence, Nurses

Abstract

This study utilized a descriptive-correaltional research design. Using purposive sampling technique, nine (9) head nurses of DLSUMC who evaluated 98 staff nurses were chosen as respondents of the study. A checklist type of self-made 30-statement questionnaire was used as the instrument. Data gathering was conducted in DLSUMC and data was subjected to statistical treatments such as frequency, mean, standard deviation, t-test and f-test (ANOVA). The study concluded that, 1) Majority of the respondents were 21-25 years old, female, single, receiving monthly income of P10,001-20,000 and had worked for 1-3 years; 2) The overall mean clinical performance of staff nurses in DLSUMC was 3.6503. This indicates that the nurses perform their clinical performance in a moderate extent, with a very satisfactory clinical rating; 3) The clinical performance of staff nurses in DLSUMC has no relationship to gender, civil status, socio-economic status and years in service; 4) There was a relationship in the clinical performance of staff nurses in DLSUMC when they are grouped according to age.

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