Influence of the Nurses Perception about the Function of the Heads Nurse Management toward Nursing Care Management Implementation at Inpatient Room of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo District Mentally Hospital in Semarang

Warsito, Bambang (2006) Influence of the Nurses Perception about the Function of the Heads Nurse Management toward Nursing Care Management Implementation at Inpatient Room of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo District Mentally Hospital in Semarang. Masters thesis, MIKM UNDIP.

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Abstract

The functions of management such as planning, organizing, guiding monitoring, and controlling had not been done well by the heads nurse. Nursing management is important to determine the nursing care services for client at inpatient room. Aim of this research was to analyse influence of the nurses perception about the function of the heads nurse management toward nursing care management implementation at Inpatient Room of Dr. Amino Gondohutomo District Mentally Hospital in Semarang. This was a quantitative and a qualitative research with cross sectional approach. Population was nurses at inpatient room and all heads nurse. Number of sample was 52 nurses taken by Proportionate stratified random sampling at 12 inpatient rooms. The questioner was used to collect data continued with cross check to the heads nurse about perception of management. Result of this research shows that implementing of nursing care management is good (65,4%). Perception of a nurse about the heads nurse management namely: (1) Good planning (53,8%), no significant association (p=0,857), and no influence (p=0,543, Exp B=0,700). (2) Good organizing (55,8%), no significant association (p=0,982), and no influence (p=0,982, Exp B=1,013). (3) Good guiding (75%), significant associated (p=0,002), and significant influence (p=0,035, Exp B=4,888). (4) Not good monitoring (51,9%), significant association (p=0,007), and significant influence (p=0,068, Exp B=3,679). (5) Not good controlling (59,6%), no significant association (p=0,873), and no influence (p=0,873, Exp B=1,100). Conclusion of this research is the nurse who perceives not good the heads nurse guiding has a risk to be not implementing the nursing care management (p=0,035, Exp B=4,888), and the nurse who perceives not good the heads nurse monitoring has a risk to be not implementing the nursing care management (p=0,068, Exp B=3,679). Key Words: Nursing Management, Perception, Nurse. Sumber Utama : www.mikm.undip.ac.id

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:A General Works > AS Academies and learned societies (General)
Divisions:Postgraduate Program > Master Program in Public Health
ID Code:3775
Deposited By:Mr. Mikm Undip
Deposited On:14 Jan 2010 15:42
Last Modified:14 Jan 2010 15:42

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