An evaluation of the community involvement program of the College of Nursing of the De La Salle University Aguinaldo
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nursing, Community Participation, Community Health Nursing, Nurse, Community Health
This study utilized an exploratory type of research method. Random sampling using the fishbowl method and stratified random sampling were utilized to choose 163 respondents consisting of 117 BS Nursing students from levels II, III and IV or 36% of its total population, 33 faculty or 100% of the total population, and 13 administrators, comprised of the Dean, four (4) level coordinators, six (6) faculty who specialize in Community Health Nursing, and two (2) faculty of La Sallian Community Development Center (LCDC), or 100% of the total population. A questionnaire adapted from the Philippine Accrediting Association for Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) was used as a primary instrument. Data was analyzed using Analysis of variance. The study concluded that there is no significant difference in the evaluation of students, faculty and administrators on the areas of community relations, building community awareness, and community service and social involvement in the community involvement program. This implies that evaluations made by students, faculty, and administrators regarding the community involvement program of the College of Nursing are the same.
Loyola, J., Miranda, M. C., & Reyes, J. H. (1996). An evaluation of the community involvement program of the College of Nursing of the De La Salle University Aguinaldo. [Bachelor's thesis, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsn/316/