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ItemThe effectiveness outcomes of student-centered approach integration in nursing leadership and management practicum: case study in Assumption University nursing studentsThis classroom action research aimed to explore the fourth year Assumption University nursing students’ ideas, synthesize the inquired knowledge and skill, and explore the greatest benefit gained toward the implementation of student-centered approach in Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum at two hospitals.The data derived from three types of document comprising daily activity report; job analysis of unit manager’s and charge nurse’ s responsibility reports; and incident case analysis report of forty students, focus group interview of twelve students and instructors’ observation. Generic method of content analysis technique was applied for data analysis. The results showed that nursing students prepared themselves before studying by reviewing contents following instruction guideline. Students gained benefits from this style of teaching by receiving more knowledge than instructors’ expectation, increasing management, analytical, problem-solving, and cooperative skills. But the most important benefit was they knew how to seek for knowledge and constructed it by themselves through CIPPA model which came from instructors changed their roles to be the encourager, facilitator, and coacher.
ItemPsychometric Properties of the Thai Version of Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (T-CBI) in Thai Nurses( 2016) Patra PhuekphanBackground: Burnout has consistently been an influential predictor of intention to leave nursing profession. Assessing nurses’ burnout is highly crucial in retaining qualified nurses and alleviating nursing shortage. The Copenhagen Burnout Inventory was originally developed in English and has been modified and translated into Thai. Psychometric properties of the Thai version of Copenhagen Burnout Inventory has not been investigated. Methods: The purpose of study was to examine psychometric properties of the Thai version of Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (T-CBI). The T-CBI is a self-reported questionnaire that consists of 19 items with five response categories. It contains three dimensions: personal burnout, work-related burnout, client-related burnout. The 207 registered nurses working in governmental hospitals of Bangkok Metropolitan in Thailand were recruited using random sampling approach. Statistical analyses included confirmatory factor analysis and measures of descriptive statistics, item analysis, criterion validity, internal consistency, and test-retest reliability. Results: The T-CBI demonstrated good reliability and validity. Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was 0.96. Corrected item-total correlations for the total scale were positive (range from 0.33 to 0.82). Construct validity was supported by confirmatory factor analysis. Results indicated that criterion related validity was well correlated with a previously validated measurement. Conclusion: The test results indicated the T-CBI scale appear to be a reliable and valid instrument. It has potential benefit for assessing burnout among Thai nurses. The current findings should be of benefit for nurse administrators and policy makers, to assess burnout among nurses that could develop strategies in retention and prevent qualified nurses from leaving the profession.
ItemStressors and coping strategies among AU nursing studentNowadays academic stress among undergraduate students is a topic of interest for educational administrator because high level of stress is believed to affect students’ health and academic performance.Stress in nursing students comes from many sources especially academic aspect which is highly stressful for students and may lead to drop out of study program. Students cannot avoid stress but their ability to cope with these stressors is important in achieving success in the academic performance. So managing stress effectively and seeking coping strategy in an appropriate way is very important for preventing the negative effects of stress. This descriptive study was performed to explore sources of stress and coping strategies among AU nursing students. Data were collected from 154 nursing students who enrolled in year one to four in academic year 2008. Two measurements, including Student Stress Survey and Adolescent Coping Orientation for Problem Experiences Inventory, were modified and employed. Descriptive statistics were applied for data analysis by using SPSS version 15.0. Results revealed that finding new friends and work with the unfamiliar people were ranked as the main sources contributing interpersonal stress; intrapersonal sources of stress represented by outstanding personal achievement and speaking in the public; academic stressors, the highly reported stressor were associated with using second language and increasing new responsibilities; and placed in unusual situation was environmental stressor. Furthermore, coping strategies that students always used to overcome stress composed of developing self-reliance and being humorous.