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Submitted: 06 June 2013 Modified: 31 August 2013

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Nurses' mobility in private tertiary hospitals in Legazpi City : it's impact on the nursing health care delivery

Researchers

NameRole
1Vilma P. Sanorjo Researcher

Related Institutions

Institutions NameRole
Graduate School - Bicol University Monitoring

Objectives

This study was conducted to determine the impact of nurses' mobility on the health care delivery in the four private tertiary hospitals in Legazpi City, specifically the Ago General Hospital (AGH), Aquinas University Hospital (AUH), Estevez Memorial Hospital (EMH) and Tanchuling General Hospital (TGH), specifically:

1. What is the socio-demographic profile of the respondents
a. administrators
b. staff nurses
c. patients?

2. What is the extent of nurses' mobility in private tertiary hospitals in Legazpi City?

3. What is the profile of the nurses who left the workplace?

4. What is the impact of nurses' mobility in terms of
a. staffing pattern
b. nursing care
c. interpersonal relationships?

5. What measures may be proposed to address the impact of nurses' mobility on the nursing health care delivery?

Abstract


STUDY DESIGN: The study utilized the descriptive research design with the structured questionnaire-checklistas its main data-gathering tool.

STUDY SETTING: Four private tertiary hospitals in Legazpi City, specifically the Ago General Hospital (AGH), Aquinas University Hospital (AUH), Estevez Memorial Hospital (EMH) and Tanchuling General Hospital (TGH).

STUDY POPULATION: Eighteen nursing administrators, 102 staff nurses and 40 patients were chosen as the respondents in this investigation


Physical Location

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University Library UL MN 362.1 Sa5n 2010 Abstract Print Format