Professional Satisfaction among Pass-out B.Sc. Nursing Students from BPKIHS
PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION PASS- AMONG PASS-OUT B.SC. NURSING STUDENTS OF BPKIHSInvestigator: Guide:Ruby Yadav Mr. Ram Sharan MehtaB.Sc. Nursing 4thYear Asso. ProfessorBatch – 2005 Medical- Medical-Surgical Nursing DepartmentRoll No. - 124 College of Nursing
NEED OF THE STUDY• No study has been conducted to assess the professional satisfaction
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY• Most of the pass-out B.Sc. Nursing pass- graduates from BPKIHS are working abroad, some within the country and only few in BPKIHS, hence this study analyzes their level of professional satisfaction.• The results from the study will throw light on whether the aspirations of students are fulfilled by this profession or not.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY (continue)• Nursing administrators can use the result from the study to find out the reasons for dissatisfaction and the way for improving it.• It will contribute to the development of the nursing profession as a whole.
PROBLEM STATEMENT• Professional satisfaction among pass-out pass- B.Sc. Nursing students of BPKIHS from batch 1996 to batch 2004.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY• To identify the level of professional satisfaction among pass-out B.Sc. Nursing pass- students from BPKIHS, 1996 to 2004 batch.• To find out the association between professional satisfaction and selected variables.• To compare the level of satisfaction between the B.Sc. Nursing graduates working in Nepal and abroad
HYPOTHESIS• There will be no association between professional satisfaction and selected variables.• There will be no association between level of professional satisfaction of B.Sc. Nursing graduates working in Nepal and abroad.
OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONSProfessional Satisfaction: Satisfaction:Satisfaction among B.Sc. Nursing graduates related to practising nursing profession.Pass-Pass-out B.Sc. Nursing students:Those who have completed B.Sc. Nursing programme successfully form BPKIHS from 1996 to 2004 batch.
STUDY VARIABLES• Dependent variables: - Professional Satisfaction• Independent variables: - Achievement - Recognition and Accomplishment - Challenging work - Increased responsibility - Growth and development - Salary - Interpersonal Relationship - Working condition - Supervision - Status, security
THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK • Based on Theory of Motivation given by Herzberg (modified)Motivator Factors Hygiene FactorsThe job itself EnvironmentAchievement SalaryRecognition and accomplishment SupervisionChallenging work Working conditionIncreased responsibility Interpersonal relationGrowth and development status, security
Growth Condition Respect & Develop Increased ment Responsi Supervision bility Recognition Inter & Personal Accomplish Relation ment ship PROFESSIONALChallenging SATISFACTION Status work Security Achieve Salary ment DISSATISFIED SATISFIED Compromised quality of care, Quality of care, Positive attitude
DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY• Pass-out B.Sc. Nursing graduates only Pass- from BPKIHS will be included in the study• Data collection period will be only of 2 weeks.
METHODOLOGY• Research Design : Descriptive cross sectional study• Research Setting: Pass-out B.Sc. Pass- Nursing students from BPKIHS from 1996 to 2004 batch working in Nepal and abroad
• Study Population: All the pass-out B.Sc. pass- Nursing students from BPKIHS.• Sample: Pass-out B.Sc. Nursing students who Pass- will meet the set criteria.• Sample technique : A convenient and snowball sampling technique will be used to collect the data.• Sample size : Around 54 subjects will be included in the study.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIAInclusive criteria - Pass-out B.Sc. Nursing students from Pass-BPKIHS from 1996 to 2004 batch - involved in nursing profession - give consent to participate in the study
Exclusion criteria - have left the nursing profession• Tools for data collection : Semi structured questionnaire
PLAN FOR DATA COLLECTION Data collection period: 2 weeks Steps in data collection:• List of pass-out B.Sc. Nursing students is pass- obtained from Academic Section• Corresponding address collected (Record section, available friends and relatives)• Tool finalization• Data collection - BPKIHS : questionnaire directly - Eastern region of Nepal : postal / visit / mail - Kathmandu : mail / postal - Abroad : mail
• Consent - informed consent will be obtained from those who are in direct contact - details about confidentiality and use of data for the research only will be mentioned in front of the questionnaire• Use of convenient and snowball sampling technique for data collection.
VALIDITY OF THE RESEARCH TOOL• Content and face validity of the tool will be established by the review of literatures and opinions of the experts from the field of nursing education, management, biostatistics, psychologist and the concerned others.
PLAN FOR PRE-TESTING: PRE-• Pre-testing will be done by taking ten Pre- percent of the sample size.
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS• Descriptive analysis (mean, median, mode, standard deviation, frequency and percentage) for describing the level of satisfaction.• Inferential statistics : chi- square and association chi- will be used to find out the association between the dependent and independent variables.