Perception of Graduates' Employers on Quality and Identity of Nursing Graduates from Faculty of Nursing, Naresuan University
Keywords:Satisfaction, Graduate quality and identity of nurse graduates
The purposes of this research were to study the quality of graduates by Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in Nursing and to study the characteristics of the graduates from the Faculty of Nursing , Naresuan University in Academic Year 2018. The sample consisted of 81 nursing managers and staff working in the same hospitals with the graduates who graduated from the Faculty of Nursing , Naresuan University in academic year 2018. The instruments used to collect the data were questionnaires developed by the researchers. The statistics used to analyze the data were percentage, mean and standard. The results showed that supervisons were satisfied with the quality of the graduates by Thai Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in Nursing of six domains at high level ( = 4.04), the ethics and moral domain had the most satisfaction ( = 4.31). According to the characteristics of the graduates, supervisors were satisfied with all aspect at high level ( = 4.16), the Discipline was the most satisfaction ( = 4.35).
Jaroensettasin, T. (2016). Education in the Thailand 4.0. Retrived 19 December 2019. From https://www.chiangmainews.co.th/page/archives/540859. [In Thai].
Larson, J., Brady, M., Engelmann, L., Perkins, I., & Shultz, C. (2013). The formation of professional identity in nursing.Nursing Education Perspectives, (2), 138. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx? direct=true&db=edsgao&AN=edsgcl.330004721&site=eds-live.
Ministry of Education. Office of the Higher Education Commission. (2018). 20-year Long-term higher education plan 2018 - 2037. Bangkok: Prik Wan Graphic Company Limited. [In Thai].
Ministry of Education. Office of the Higher Education Commission. (2017). Higher education curriculum standard criteria 2015. Bangkok: Wongsawang Publishing and Printing. [In Thai].
Ministry of Education. Office of the Higher Education Commission. (2014). Internal education quality assurance guide higher education level 2014. Nonthaburi: Parbpim. [In Thai].
Ministry of Education. Office of the Higher Education Commission. (2013). Higher education development plan, Issue 11(2012 – 2016). Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Printing House. [In Thai].
Naresuan University. Division of University Affairs. (2017). With the results of the graduates' identity Naresuan University. Retrived 16 December 2019 from http//:www.eqad.nu.ac.th. [In Thai].
Naresuan University. Faculty of Nursing. (2011). Bachelor of Nursing Science Program, revised 2011: Faculty of Nursing. Phitsanulok: Faculty of Nursing, Naresuan University. [In Thai].
Nawsuwan, K., Wisalaporn, S., & Didyasarin Sattayarak, W. (2015). Strategies to develop the nursing students’ identity in Nursing Colleges, Ministry of Public Health. Hatyai Journal, 13(2), 117-132. Retrived 19 December 2019 from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HatyaiAcademicJournal/article/view/82392/65478. [In Thai].
Phannoi, D., Prachanban, P., & Panawong, C. (2015). A causal model influencing identities of naresuan university student. Social Sciences Research and Academic Journal, 9(26), 123-138. [In Thai].
Pornrungroj, C. (2014). Student identity, educational institution uniqueness. Bangkok: Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Public Organization). [In Thai].
Suwannachin, C., & Jantarapanya, P. (2015). Students’s identity construction in higher education. Panyapiwat Journal, 7(2), 267-280. Retrived 19 December 2019 from https://journal.pim.ac.th/uploads/content/2015/08/o_19 sv6u4gu1oo1nqt1c2m1j6lsg8a.pdf. [In Thai].