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สุภมาส ตามบุญ

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          Learning preparation for improving nursing administration competency of 4th year nursing students of Boromarajonani College of Nursing Phra-putthabat aimed to improve competency team nursing management and quality of care management for the patient using the discharge planning procedure, including as follow: 1) practicing on ward in the role of incharge, 2) practicing to use discharge planning, and 3) knowledge management of nursing administration. The results showed that all 4th year nursing students achieve the criteria of management competency. The significant factor of success to enhance ability of nursing management that included: 1) learning from role model of preceptors and supervisors, 2) student factors as professional experience development and frequency reviewing academic knowledge, and 3) learning climate factors including cooperation from health care team and participation in team of students, learning environment supporting studying and supporting to practice
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