Factors Influencing Nursing Organization Administration of Nursing Supervisors: Case Study Nonthaburi Province

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Piyawadee Sumalai
Sirawit Kulrochanaphat
Monthira Jarupeng


          This Mix method research objective were to 1) study the current situation of political, social, environment and technology factors and 2) study the effects of those factors on nursing organization administration of nursing supervisors. Subjects included 300 nurses who either practical experience nurses or nurse supervisors who were working in hospitals in the Nonthaburi province and 8 interviewed nurses. Research instruments consisted of survey questionnaires and structure interview. Data was analyzed and reported as frequency, percentage mean and standard deviation (SD). The relationship between explanatory and dependent variables was using structural equation modeling (SEM). Analyze qualitative data by content analysis.

          The result of the study showed that registered nurses rate the current state of including   political, social, environment, technology factors and the management of the nursing organization of the head nurse is at a medium level. Causal variables of all factors were positively correlated with nursing management (p=.0001). Their correlation coefficients were between .290 to .947. Understanding about factors affecting nursing organization administration of nursing supervisors can be applied for successful management of nursing organization.


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