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The Development of the indicators for the humanized health care identify of nursing students was aimed. The construct validity of measurement model of the humanized health care identify of nursing students was then investigated. The sample consisted of 465 nursing students, Boromarajonani college of nursing, Uttaradit. The factors and indicators of the humanized health care identify of nursing students were preceded. The construct validity was then checked and the research tool of measurement model of the humanized health care identify of nursing students was produced. It is a five level scale with 42 items are content validity and reliability coefficients result was .95 and analyzed by descriptive statistics and a second confirmatory factor analysis.
The results showed that the indicators of the humanized health care identify of nursing students on the synthesis of document and research and assessment by experts composed of one main component is the humanized health care identify of nursing students and three subcomponent. The first subcomponent is the service mind including eighteen indicators. The second subcomponent is the analytical thinking including ten indicators. The third subcomponent is the participation including fourteen indicators. The components and indicators of the humanized health care identify of nursing students are construct validity.
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