Doris S. Natividad,
Joyce B. Sison,
Racquel E. Palgue,
Cheyzer Arvi A. Sally,
Kathleen Angelica T. Ganzon,
Amirozelle Katya G. Sugguiyao
This study sought to find out if there was a significant difference in the extent of values of Benguet State University student nurses during their interaction with their patients, clinical instructors and fellow student nurses. It also determined if there was a difference in the extent of values of Benguet State University student nurses when the year level, area of assignment, gender and ethnic affiliation of the student were considered.
There were a total of 192 student nurses from the College of Nursing, Benguet State University. Ninety six (96) student nurses from the third (3rd) year level and ninety six (96) student nurses from the fourth (4th) year level. The quantitative research design was employed in gathering the data. A checklist questionnaire was the primary tool in used. Data were collected, tabulated, statistically analyzed and interpreted with the use of weighted means and independent sample t-test.
The findings show that the Benguet State University student nurses always exhibit values when interacting with their patients, clinical instructors , and fellow student nurses. It was also revealed that there was no significant difference if the studentÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s area of assignment, ethnic affiliation, gender, and year level are considered. However findings also revealed that there were significant differences in the extent of values among student nurse at Benguet State University when grouped according to gender and year level.
Based on the conclusions, the following are recommended: Values be continually integrated in all the subjects of Benguet State University student nurses. At the start of each semester, a seminar be conducted to evaluate or re-examine the values of student nurses. Lastly, further studies about the extent of values integration of student nurses at Benguet State University be accomplished with the use of a more detailed or in depth questionnaire.
This study aimed to discover the extent of values integration of Benguet State University-student nurses when rendering care in selected wards of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center.
Specifically, it sought to answer the following:
1. What is the extent of values integration to the following aspects of clinical practice:
a. Student Nurse - Patient Interaction?
b. Student Nurse Ã¢â‚¬" Clinical Instructor Interaction?
c. Student Nurse Ã¢â‚¬" Student Nurse Interaction?
2. What is the difference in the extent of values integration considering the following variables:
b. Ethnic Affiliation
c. Academic Year Level
d. Area of Assignment
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