A Needs Assessment of Academic Management for Nursing College under the Jurisdiction of Ministry of Defence Based on the Concept of Innovator Competencies of Nursing Students

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Karuna Wongtienlai
Chayapim Usaho
Sukanya Chaemchoy

Abstract

          The purposes of the survey research were 1) to examine current state and the desirable state of Nursing Colleges under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Defence (MOD) based on the concept of innovator competencies of nursing students, and 2) to set the priorities of the needs of MOD’s Nursing College based on the concept of innovator competencies of nursing students. The samples of study were of 3 state of MOD’s Nursing College. Current and desirable states of Questionnaires were used as tools to collect data. Frequency, percentage, mean/average, standard deviation and PNImodified were used to analyze the collected data.


The research finding showed that


          1) The overall current and the desirable state of MOD’s Nursing College based on the concept of innovator competencies of nursing students were of high level (  = 3.482, SD = 0.715) and highest level (  = 4.701, SD = 0.519), respectively.


          2) The priority of needs for MOD’s Nursing College based on the concept of innovator competencies of nursing students, the research found the needs from PNImodified highest to PNImodified lowest to be measurement and evaluation management (PNImodified = 0.3659), maker space management (PNImodified = 0.3587), research management (PNImodified = 0.3507), curriculum management (PNImodified = 0.3400),  and teaching management (PNImodified = 0.3366), respectively.

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