Strategies for creating professional nursing instructors from newly graduated nurses by Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat: An analysis of historic qualitative secondary data

Authors

  • Kwansuda Boontoch Khon Kaen University 0000-0001-6141-9735
  • Darunee Jongudomkarn Faculty of Nursing, Khon Kaen University
  • Rapeeporn Supapanyakul Registered Nurse, professional level, Health Promotion Center Region 7 Khon Kaen
  • Patcharin Poonthawe Faculty of Nursing, Burapha University
  • Ha Do Thi Faculty of Nursing and Medical Technology, Pham Ngoc Thach University, Vietnam
  • Fitri Arofiati School of Nursing, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Indonesia

Keywords:

strategies building novice nursing instructors, secondary analysis of qualitative data, Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat

Abstract

 Success in building newly graduated nurses from clinical practice to academic teachers is essential in building a nursing workforce into society, especially in preparing nursing teachers for the first Faculty of Nursing established in Thailand, leading by Associate Professor Saiyud Niyommviphat, in the midst of a shortage of facilitating factors. The strategies used are, therefore, very interesting to learn. The purposes of this research were to examine strategies for creating nursing teachers from newly graduated nurses by Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat. The research methodology used was a qualitative secondary data analysis from seven historical documents of the founding of the Faculty of Nursing with regard to creating a newly graduated nurses to become the first-generation of nursing teachers of the Faculty of Nursing Khon Kaen University. In-depth interviews were performed with key informants, who were first-generation teachers and students. Audio-record and verbatim transcription of the interviews were carried out, then content analysis was conducted.

The results revealed strategies that Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat applied to create professional nursing instructors consisted of 1) Creating a sense of organizational ownership and involvement in all activities 2) Creating of identity-values-ideology of the nursing profession, and 3) Providing experiences: through activities and role models. It can be concluded that most strategies, adopted by Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat to facilitate this change, were performing informal role to inspire novice nursing graduates to be professional nursing teachers, have organizational bond, and stay in the organization until retirement. These strategies might be beneficial to those interested in applying them in the future.

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2022-06-27

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Boontoch K, Jongudomkarn D, Supapanyakul R, Poolthawe P, Do Thi H, Arofiati F. Strategies for creating professional nursing instructors from newly graduated nurses by Associate Professor Saiyud Niyomviphat: An analysis of historic qualitative secondary data. JNSH [Internet]. 2022 Jun. 27 [cited 2022 Dec. 7];45(2):52-64. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nah/article/view/255555

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