Nurses’ Insights on Students’ Performance in Administering Intramuscular Injection at Tobruk Medical Center
Keywords:Intramuscular Injection, Parenteral Drug Administration, Intensive Nursing Practicum
The research is a quantitative non-experimental research with purposive sampling using nurses at Tobruk Medical Center as respondent with the students doing their hospital duty as subject. Questionnaire method was used for data collection with the aim of finding the nurses insights on students’ performance in administering intramuscular injection at the hospital based on their observation. A total of 30 nurses were used in the study. Performance were computed based on assessment, planning and implementation of the students’. The result shows that the students’ performance as perceived by the nurses has an overall weighted mean of 3.24 and standard deviation of 0.56 equivalent to good performance. When grouped according to profile, it appears that there is no significant difference in terms of gender (T-stat=0.06882656, p-value=0.945616854), age (F-stat=1.193781718, p value=0.318568251) and years of experience (F-stat=1.042539568, p-value=0.390283827). No relationship was establish based on the statistical result.
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