FACTORS INFLUENCING SUPERVISION ACTIVITIES OF THE UNOFFICIAL-TIME NURSING SUPERVISORS AT THANYARAK INSTITUTE AND DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL SERVICES MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Keywords:supervision activities, knowledge, attitude and environmental factors
The objectives of this descriptive study were to examine the relationships between personal andenvironmental factors and the supervisory activities of unofficial-time nursing supervisor and to determinefactors predicting nursing supervisory activities at Thanyarak Institute and Provincial Drug Dependence TreatmentCenter, Department of medical srevices, Ministry of Public Health. The study sample included 98 nursingsupervisor working overtime at the institute and 6 Provincial Drug Dependence Treatment Centers. The collecteddata were analyzed by frequency, percentage, means, standard deviation, Pearsonûs product moment correlationcoefficient and stepwise multiple regression.
The research findings revealed that environmental and personal factors: age, education, knowledge andattitudes were statistically correlated to supervisory activities of nursing supervisors working after office hoursat p<.01 (r=0.798, 0.319, 0.456, 0.300, 0.631) The environmental factors and attitudes could predict thevariances of their supervisory activities as high as 68.3%.
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