Organization Support and Management Effected to Food Sanitation Performance of Publie Health Officers in Local Government Chaiyaphum Province

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Suwaree Mettapol

Abstract

This cross–sectional descriptive research has been processed with the objective of
studying organizational support and organization management that affected to food sanitation
performance of public health officers in local government Chaiyaphum province. Population
were 143 public health officers in local government Chaiyaphum province. Collecting data
between April 2013–March 2014 from 98 samples (n=98), selected by simple random sampling.
The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics were percentage, mean, standard deviation,
median, minimum and maximum. Inferential statistics were Pearson's product moment
correlation coefficient and Stepwise multiple regression analysis.
The results have been found that the independent variables resulting the food
sanitation performance of public health officers in local government Chaiyaphum province
were personal organization support, management controlling this requires a comparison of
the performance of the benchmark of the Department of Health. (p–value < 0.001) and
organization support, management planning application of the operations defined in the plan
to prevent duplication issues and develop defects in operation and better sanitation. (p–value
= 0.003) these 2 factors could together predict the performance of food sanitation performance
of public health officers in local government Chaiyaphum province as 70.1 percentage.
The most finding problem and obstacle was 46.9 percent of personal organizational support

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