Title

Perception of nursing students Batch 2007 regarding patient's feedback affecting their clinical performance

Date of Completion

2006

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Nurses, Clinical Competence, Patient Satisfaction, Feedback

Abstract

This study used the non-experimental descriptive type of research. Purposive sampling was applied to determine the respondents, who were 240 nursing students of De La Salle Health Sciences Campus nursing students, excluding the five (5) researchers, as the total sample. A self-made questionnaire was used, which consist of demographic data and the perception of nursing students pertaining to their clinical performance when they received positive and negative comments from the patients. The statistical treatments used were frequency distribution, mean, t-test and ANOVA via f-test. The following conclusions were drawn: 1) Majority of the respondents were female and had ambivert personality type; 2) The respondents agreed that positive feedbacks affect their clinical performance while they had neutral (somehow agree or disagree) perception that negative feedbacks can affect their clinical performance; 3) The respondents had a significant perception on the negative feedbacks when they were grouped according to gender. The respondents had a significant perception on the positive feedbacks when they were grouped according to personality type.

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