Evaluation of the utilization of the nursing process of the graduates of the revised BSN curriculum in rendering nursing care to the patient
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nursing Process, Curriculum, Nursing Education
A descriptive, non-experimental type of research was employed in this study. The subjects were the graduates of the revised BSN curriculum. Thirty (30) respondents were selected using convenience sampling technique. Data was collected using a close ended scale type of questionnaire and analyzed using mean. The study concluded that, 1) The staff nurses who are graduates of the revised BSN curriculum are quite efficient in the utilization of the nursing process except in the assessment phase. They were able to show their outstanding performance in the planning, implementation, and evaluation aspects; 2) There is no significant difference in the performance of duties of the staff nurses considering the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation stages, hence, their performance is not affected by these phases in the nursing process; 3) The best phase utilized in the nursing process is the implementation where staff nurses scored excellent in administering their functions; 4) The overall performance of the staff nurses in the nursing process is highly commendable.
Rodriguez, E., & Paneme, S. (1991). Evaluation of the utilization of the nursing process of the graduates of the revised BSN curriculum in rendering nursing care to the patient. [Bachelor's thesis, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsn/373/