Satisfaction of New Graduates and Supervisors on the Competency of Graduates of McCormick Faculty of Nursing, Payap University, Academic Year 2006

Authors

  • Kasinee Wudhiwong
  • Supaporn Chongkham-ang
  • Rungrudee Wongchum
  • Nongnuch Langumong
  • Pimpaka Panyoyai

Keywords:

satisfaction, graduate competency

Abstract

The objective of this study were to examine satisfaction towards  graduate nurse competencies amonggraduates and their supervisors. Questionnaires were used for data collecting from 84 graduates and theirsupervisors. Questionnaires reliability were 0.98. Descriptive statistics was used for data analysis.The results revealed that the graduates had high satisfaction towards 5 competencies:  professionalfunctional , information technology, research and professional ethics and moral competencies ( = 4.18,SD =.52;  = 4.24, SD =.16;  = 4.16, SD =.65;  = 4.04, SD =.77;  = 4.49, SD = .47, respectively).Supervisors had moderate satisfaction towards the first four  competencies ( = 3.37, SD = .57;  = 3.39,SD =.21;  = 3.20, SD =.86;  = 3.16, SD = .71, respectively). The results suggested that learning methodsto enhance the graduate competencies should be implemented.

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Published

2012-03-09

How to Cite

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Wudhiwong K, Chongkham-ang S, Wongchum R, Langumong N, Panyoyai P. Satisfaction of New Graduates and Supervisors on the Competency of Graduates of McCormick Faculty of Nursing, Payap University, Academic Year 2006. JNSH [Internet]. 2012 Mar. 9 [cited 2022 Aug. 16];33(4):87-94. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nah/article/view/791