Handover communication in the radiology department as assessed by radiologic technologists in tertiary hospitals in Metro Manila
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Communication Skills, Radiologic Technologists
The study used a descriptive research design. Respondents include 132 radiologic technologists in selected tertiary hospitals in Metro Manila. A self-made questionnaire was used and is subdivided into two (2) parts: the first part contains the demographic profile of the respondents which includes name, age, gender, type of hospital and years of service. The second part contains a set of questions regarding the handover communication to and from the radiology department. Data was analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent means and analysis of variance.
Arellano, T. I.,
Barrio, O. D.,
Minas, G. G.,
Olaer, R. T.,
Samson, C. B.,
Villar, A. A.
Handover communication in the radiology department as assessed by radiologic technologists in tertiary hospitals in Metro Manila.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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