The level of carative behavior of radiologic technology interns at De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Behavior, Work Performance, Radiologic Technologists
The descriptive research method was used in this study. Using convenience sampling, a total of 52 interns were included as respondents. The researchers adapted the 15 item-questionnaire research instrument of Rodil (2003) in her Masters’ thesis entitled “Relationship of Carative Behavior and Clinical Performance of Staff Nurses in Four Selected Catholic Hospitals.” Mean, percentage and standard deviation are the statistical tools used. The following conclusions are drawn: (1) Most of the respondents were male, single and belong to intact families; (2) Most of the respondents have very good carative behavior; (3) Married respondents have a higher level of carative behavior than the single respondents; (4) The level of carative behavior of radiologic technology interns at De La Salle - Health Sciences Campus was not significantly different when they were grouped according to gender and family background. There is significant difference when they were grouped according to civil status. Civil status affects the level of carative behavior while gender and family background of the respondents are not likely to affect such behavior.
Bocalan, L. N.,
Gutierrez, J. B.,
Lopez, K. J.,
Nicart, J. C.
The level of carative behavior of radiologic technology interns at De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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