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Journal of Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Surin
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ISSN (Print) 1906-6813
Published by Boromarajonani College of Nursing Homepage  [5 journals]
  • A Development of a Community-based Learning Model in the Geriatric Nursing
           and Adult and Geriatric Nursing Practice I to Promote 21st Century Nursing
           Students’ Learning

    • Authors: Ratchanee Piwpong, Narongkorn Chaiwong, Poempool Bunmee, Yiam Khongruangrat, Nongnuch Hormneam, Sunisa Sonwicha
      Pages: 16 - 31
      Abstract: This classroom action research was aimed at the development of a community-based learning model in Geriatric Nursing and Adult and Geriatric Nursing Practice I and the study of the effects of the community-based learning model. The sample consisted of 57 second-year and third-year nursing students and 32 elderly persons and their families. The research instruments consisted of an evaluation form on 21st Century learning and identity of the students of the Faculty of Nursing Science, Buriram Rajabhat University, with reliability at 0.96, and a community-based learning model satisfaction evaluation form, with reliability at 0.89. The research and data collection occurred from December 2020 to February 2021. Data analysis was performed by using descriptive statistics and by using content analysis. The research findings revealed that the results of the community-based learning outcomes, the sample students had highest perceived 21st Century learning proficiency in all areas, with service-mindedness being the highest in all aspects. The top 3 areas with the highest average scores were cooperation skills, Teamwork and Leadership (M = 4.58, SD = 0.48) followed by Ethics and Responsibility (M = 4.53, SD =0.38) and Psychomotor (M = 4.43, SD = 0.47). In addition, the satisfaction toward the community-based learning model of students, patents, families and networks was highest. Based on the findings, the researcher has the following recommendations: The community-based learning model should be used to provide learning in other subjects in the curriculum, and research should be conducted with groups for comparison and assessment of performance in geriatric care by students, with assessments involving the participation of peers or supervising instructors.
      PubDate: 2022-04-16
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Factors Relating to Quality of Life among Older Adult in the Region Sixth
           Health

    • Authors: Jutamast Wongjan, Suwanna Vudhironarit, Ladda Leungratanamart
      Pages: 32 - 49
      Abstract: The aims of this descriptive study were the related factors among quality of life in elderly, who were in the 6th Health Region. The questionnaires were sent to 437 sample elderlies such as the personal information and quality of life (WHOQOL-BREF-THAI). The data were collected and analyzed with descriptive statistics and Fisher’s Exact test. The result showed that the total score of the quality of life among the elderly people was a high score (M = 96.38, SD = 15.85). However, there were only four factors related with the quality of life among the elderly as monthly income sufficiency and health Insurance (p< 0.001), caregiver (p< 0.013), and alcohol (p< 0.019), but gender, marital status, smoking, and fall experience was no significant. However, the result of factors relating to the quality of life among each level old people would like to manage health promotion programs for elderly, promote perceiving, and the sufficiency of monthly income.
      PubDate: 2022-04-16
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Practicing Level of Patients with Diabetic Type 2 in Mancha Khiri
           Hospital, Khon Kaen Province

    • Authors: Sutida Lalert, Klaphachoen Shokebumroong
      Pages: 50 - 61
      Abstract: This descriptive research aimed to study level of practicing behaviors among type 2 diabetes patients in Mancha Khiri hospital, Khon Kaen province. The sample consisted of 431 type 2 diabetes mellitus patients who treated at Mancha Khiri hospital. Data were collected between March 2021 to April 2021and then analyzing by statistics; frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation. The results revealed that; 1) Most of the samples (77.49%) were overall practicing level at high level, 2) Most of the samples (64.3) practiced on food management at moderate level, 3) Most of the samples (89.8%) practiced on drug management at high level, 4) Most of the samples (83.3%) practiced on stress management at moderate level, 5) Most of the samples (60.2%) practiced on reducing energy residue at moderate level, and 6) Most of the samples (97.7%) practiced on treatment monitoring at high level. Recommendations, nurses should emphasize patients’ self-care to prevent complications and promote practicing behaviors especially at the moderate level such as food management, stress management, and reducing residual energy. Nurses should develop teaching innovation and using alternative approaches to promote health with community participation.
      PubDate: 2022-05-06
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Expected and Actual Entrustable Professional Activities in Nursing of
           Newly Graduated Nurses as Perceived by Nursing Instructors

    • Authors: Soiy Anusornteerakul, Suphaphak Hankha, Natthakul Buengmoom, Anchalee Ounkaen, Nattawan Chaimeekhieo, Woranuch Chaiwan
      Pages: 1 - 15
      Abstract: The objective of this descriptive study aimed to study the expected and actual entrustable professional activities in nursing of newly graduated nurses as perceived by nursing instructors. The samples consist of 15 nursing instructors with at least 10 years of teaching and supervisory experience. The instrument used is a questionnaire consisting of 147 nursing activities, EPAs scored on a 5-point Likert scale with provide actual and expected scores for each the EPAs. The Delphi technique was used to collect the data. Data analysis was conducted via median, and Chi-square. The results showed that the actual EPAs were most commonly perceived to be at a level 4 with 105 skills (71.43), followed by level 3 with 33 skills (22.45%) and level 5 with 9 skills (6.12%) respectively. The expected EPAs were level 4 with 19 skills (12.93%) to level 5 with 128 skills (87.07%). The proportion of expected levels of EPAs is higher than actual levels with a statistical significance at the level of 0.001. The expected EPAs was at level 4 or higher is accepted level, whereas the actual EPAs was also available at level 3, which is a nonprofessional unacceptable level. For the safety of clients, nurses measuring below an actual level 4 should receive more practice before graduation.
      PubDate: 2021-12-29
      Issue No: Vol. 12, No. 1 (2021)
       
 
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