Factors affecting the clinical performance of third year Bachelor of Science in Nursing students of De La Salle-Health Science Campus batch 2005

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Students, Nursing, Clinical Competence


The researchers used the descriptive design. The third year nursing students batch 2005 were selected as respondents through purposive sampling technique. Twenty four percent (24%) or 37 students of the population answered the pre-test while 76% or 116 students of the total population served as the respondents. A self-made questionnaire was formulated based on the results of the pre-test to gather necessary data for the study. Frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test and ANOVA were used in data analysis. The study concluded that, 1) Majority of the respondents are 18-21 years old, with a family income of P10,000-P29,999 and has 1-2 siblings; 2) Majority perceived that intellectual and non-intellectual factors affect their clinical performance sometimes; 3) The factors affecting the clinical performance has no significant relationship in the overall factor of the students when grouped according to age, number of siblings and family income.

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