Title

Correlation between carative behavior and clinical performance of junior radiologic technology interns in De La Salle Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2009

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Clinical Competence, Radiologic Technologists, Internship and Residency

Abstract

The descriptive correlational method was utilized in the study. Sixty-four (64) junior interns enrolled in the first semester were selected as respondents using purposive sampling technique. A 15-item adapted questionnaire from the study of Rodil (2003) was used as the research tool. Data was analyzed through frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test of independent means, f-test of independent means and Pearson’s r. The following conclusions were drawn: 1) Most of the respondents were female, had a monthly family income of P30,000 and below and came were from a nuclear family; 2) Junior radiologic technology interns had very good carative behavior; 3) The clinical performance of the junior radiologic technology interns were verbally interpreted as satisfactory; 4) The carative behavior and clinical performance of the junior radiologic technology interns were not associated with gender, monthly family income and family background; 3) There was a very small correlation between carative behavior and clinical performance of junior radiologic technology interns.

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