Title

Perceived communication skills of radiologic technology interns of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2018

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Communication Skills, Radiologic Technology Students, Internship Programs

Abstract

The researchers utilized a non-experimental descriptive survey research design to determine the communication skills of the senior radiologic technology interns of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute as perceived by the patient. The study was conducted in the affiliated hospitals of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute where a total of 260 patients participated in the study to evaluate the communication skills of 52 radiologic technology interns of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute. To obtain the data needed in the study, the researchers formulated a self-made questionnaire. The statistical tools utilized to analyze the data were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test of independent means and analysis of variance. The study concluded that, 1) majority of the assessed senior radiologic technology of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute are female and the highest number of assessed interns are from hospital Dasmarinas; 2) the radiologic technology interns have excellent verbal and non-verbal communication skills a perceived by the patients; 3) the perceived verbal, non-verbal and overall communication skills of the senior radiologic technology interns of De La Salle Health Sciences do not significantly differ in terms of their gender and hospital assignment.

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