Title

Problems encountered by the radiology technology interns during 2nd semester of their internship program S.Y. 2007-2008

Date of Completion

2008

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Internship and Residency, Radiologic Technologists

Abstract

Descriptive method of research was used. Using convenience sampling technique, a total of 49 respondents participated in the study. The researchers used an adapted questionnaire from the study of Camplon et al. (2006). Statistical measures used to analyze specific problems were standard deviation, mean, frequency distribution, percentage and t-test. Based on the findings of this investigation, the following conclusions are drawn: (1) Most of the respondents are female, senior interns and assigned in Hospital A; (2) Problems encountered by the radiologic technology interns in terms of hospital assignment, x-ray facilities and supplies and relationship with patients, co-interns and chief radiologic technologist were homogenous; (3) Problems encountered by the respondents in hospitals assignment, x-ray facilities and supplies, relationship with parents, co-interns and chief radiologic technologist and in general have no significant difference in terms of gender; (4) The problems encountered of the respondents in hospitals assignment, x-ray facilities and supplies, relationship with patients, co-interns and chief radiologic technologist and in general have no significant difference in terms of hospital assigned.

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