2004

Title : Relationship between Administer leadership , Organizational Climate , Self esteem and Job Competency of staff in Health Science Center , Burapha University.

Researcher : Mr.San Klinwichit

Grant : Health Science Center , Burapha university

Year : 2004

Concentration : Health Science

Key Words : Leadership , Organizational Climate , Self esteem , Competency

 

ABSTRACT

The purposes of this study were to describe the administer leadership, organizational climate Self esteem and Job Competency of staff in Health Science Center, Burapha University. The 140 subjects were obtained by stratified random sampling. The instrument consisted of five parts; demographic data; The administer leadership, the organizational climate questionnaire , self esteem questionnaire and Job Competency questionnaire developed by the researcher with cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.917. One hundred and seventeen questionnaires were completed with a return rate of 83.57 percent. They were analyzed by using frequency, percentage, the mean, standard deviation and Pearson's product moment correlation.

The results showed that

1.) The mean score of overall administer leadership, organizational climate , self esteem and job competency of staff in Health Science Center , Burapha University were at a high level. The mean score of job competency , self esteem and administer leadership were at a high level. The mean score of organizational climate was at a moderate level.

2.)  There were relationship between administer leadership, organizational climate , self esteem and job competency  in total with a positive significant relationship. (r = .321,r = .554 and r = .365, respectively.) ( p < .001)

            3) There were positive significance relationship between demographic data in aged and organizational climate 

                and job competency (p <.05) .There were positive relationship between demographic data in duration of working

                and organizational climate with statistical significance (p <.05) and job competency with statistical significance

                (p <.01). Status of position in staff was positive significance relationship with administer leadership and self 

                esteem (p < .05).


Title :  The nursing process implementation of professional nurses in Burapha University Hospital

Researcher : Krisana Noranarapun

Year : 2004

Keywords : Nursing process implementation / professional nurses

 

Abstract

            The purposes of this descriptive research were to examine the nursing process implementation of professional nurses in Burapha University Hospital, Health Science Center , Burapha University and to compare the implementation in different units. A random sample of three hundred nineteen nursing process records of professional nurses were recruited in this study. The research instrument was a check list of five steps of nursing process, generated by the researcher. The content validity of the instrument was obtained by using a panel of experts. The interpreter reliability of Polit & Hungler was .93. Percentage, mean, one way analysis of variances and LSD method were used to analyze data. The findings showed that the nursing process implementation of overall steps of professional nurses was at the lowest level. When each step of nursing process was considered, the results indicated that the implementation step was at the highest level whereas the planning of care was at the lowest level. The nursing process implementation performed by professional nurses in common ward, special ward, obstetric unit and intensive care unit had statistically significant difference at .05 level. When the nursing specialty was considered, it was found that professional nurses in obstetric unit had the highest level of the implementation whereas the professional nurses in intensive care unit had the lowest level of implementation. There was statistically significant difference at .05 level in each step of nursing process implementation performed by professional nurses in four different units. However, the results indicated no statistically significant difference at .05 level in the step of planning of care. Conclusion : It was recommended that professional nurses should be encouraged to perform nursing process implementation. 

Title : Effect of Childbirth Preparation Program on labour knowledge, pain-coping behavior and labour service satisfaction of primigravidas

Researcher : Rachanun Thiralada

Year : 2004


Abstract


The purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to examine the effect of childbirth preparation program on labour knowledge, pain-coping behavior and labour service satisfaction of primigravidas. Subject was 27 normal primigavidas with gestational age of 28-36 weeks. They were recruited from the antenatal clinic of the Health Science Center, Burapha University and were purposively selected. The control group, consists of 15 subjects, received routine care while the experimental group, consists of 12 subject, received 2 childbirth preparation classes. The instruments used in this study were childbirth preparation plan, labour knowledge questionnaires, pain-coping behavior score, labour service satisfaction questionnaires. Data were analyzed by using frequency and percentage. The differences within group of labour knowledge was tested by t-test (Pair sample test), the differences of pain-coping behavior, labour service satisfaction between the experimental group and the control group were tested by t-test (independent sample). The results revealed that:

1. The post-test mean score of labour knowledge of experimental group was statistically significant different from pre-test

 (p< .05) ; the post-test mean score of labour knowledge of control group was statistically significant different from pre-

test (p< .05).

2. The different mean score of labour knowledge of the experiment group was not statistically significant different from the control group (p> .05).

3. The different mean score of the pain-coping behavior of the experimental group was statistically significant different 

from the control group (p< .05).

            4. The different mean score of the labour service satisfaction of the experimental group was statistically significant 


            different from the control group (p< .05).


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