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1 Cambodia Education Research Forum (CERF) 14 th -15 th February, 2014 at National Institute of Education Topic: Perceptions of Undergraduate Students towards Nursing Study Programs at One University in Cambodia Presented by: CHRIN Mac (February 2014)

2 Contents I. Introduction II. Research Methodology III. Findings/ Result IV. Pedagogical Implication/Conclusion

3 Introduction Background of the study Cambodia is developing country with all of parts in terms of social, politics, economics, education and especially healthcare system. Health education system of Cambodia was played an important role for providing a quality knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values to students (MoH, 2008). The course of nursing for undergraduate program is interested for many students. Therefore, the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study programs was conducted in this studying with concerned on nursing curriculum, nursing instructor recourse, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision making.

4 Statement of the problem According to MoH (2008) staged that nursing study program in Cambodian universities were needed to improve and implement because - Lack of expert to design on nursing curriculum; - Lack of nursing instructor resources; - Lack of teaching and learning facilities; - and were not clear with nursing career decision making

5 Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study is consisted of twofold: 1. To explore the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study programs at one university in Cambodia in terms of nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision making. 2. To compare the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study programs at one university in Cambodia based on the gender, age, and year of study.

6 Research Questions This study is focused on two questions such as: 1). What do the perception of undergraduate student towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia in terms of nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision making? 2). Are there statistically significant different of the perception of undergraduate student towards nursing study program at one University in Cambodia based on the gender, age, and year of study?

7 Research Hypothesis Hypothesis of this study was focused on the: nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision making. And there are two research hypothesis are conducted for this study include: 1. The perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia as a whole and each aspect were at high levels. 2. There are statistically significant differences of the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one University in Cambodia based on the gender, age, and year of study.

8 Scope and Limitation of the Study Scope and limitation of the study is focused on the nursing study program in terms of nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision making. And the selected number of samples was 104 students which take it from sophomore, junior, and senior student. Freshman of students are not be concern because researcher thought that freshman student did not much understand on the important information related to the nursing study program. Lastly, the duration of this research study was conducted with only five months from August 25th, 2013 to February 15th, 2014

9 Significance of the Study The significance of this study is to define the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study programs at one university in Cambodia and provide to the: 1. students with critical thinking and make a good decision making for their future career. 2. parents understanding and easy challenge for their son or daughter to enroll on nursing study program.

10 Significance of the Study (Con t) 3. admission officer and registration office understood the needs of new students and easy to recruit new students for joining in this program and especially this perception used to help health institution and developed for nursing study program institution or university successfully. 4. Health instructor and academic staff with the knowledge on the nursing study program for providing students with specific opinions, critical thinking, and well independent thinking on nursing study for helping student in their career decision-making, as well as concerned on perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program.

11 Significance of the Study (Con t) 5. rector/president of university with provided an idea to create an academic standards and healthcare policies that could solve priority to conduct counseling for students individual career development needs now and in the future and provide as a tool for nurses, health instructor in developing capacity of nursing students to integrate a career in nursing into living life. Lastly, it used to provide to Ministry of Education Youth and Sports (MoEYS) and Ministry of Health (MoH) with took an advance of this perception for strengthen of the health education policies and improve on health education sector to meet the market needs. And it used to be a model for improving the quality of health education system for achieving the goal of Cambodian government.

12 Research Methodology This study is conducted in quantitative method. And the purpose of this study is determined to identify the perceptions undergraduate students towards nursing study program and it is looked on the student satisfaction on nursing study program at one university in Cambodia.

13 Population Population was determined of currently students studied in nursing study program at one university in Cambodia. The database of population was conducted as all students came to study in nursing study program for undergraduate program for academic year in terms of freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. And the number of population of this study was 120 students

14 Samples The sample of this study was included 100% as defined from the population. The numbers of samples were selected for this study was 104 students, which consisted of 86.66% of the defined accessible population. And the samples were selected by using cluster sample size. Summary of the numbers of sample selection is showed in the table 3.1 as bellow:

15 Table 3.1 Distribution of Personal Characteristics Information (n=104) Characteristics Categories Frequency (n) Percentage (%) Gender Age Year of study Male Female More than Sophomore Junior Senior

16 Research Instrumentation The instrument for this study was used questionnaire. Questionnaire was designed by researcher and revised by Dr. Mok Sarom, supervisor of thesis at Royal University of Phnom Penh. Moreover, questionnaire was also adapted from the one previous study (Cockrell, 2002), questionnaire title of the previous study was Cockrell-Punter Nursing Perception Scale Instrument

17 Research Instrumentation (Con t) Questionnaire was divided into two difference parts: Part 1: It was designed to identify the personal information of students based on gender, age, year of study. Part 2: It was designed to identify on the perception of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia based on the nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities and nursing career decision making.

18 Research Instrumentation (Con t) In order to determine the perception of undergraduate student towards nursing study program, researcher was used one instrument scale as Levels of Measurement for Perceptions of Students on Nursing Study Program (LMPSNSP). It is conducted by researcher and revised by Dr. Mok Sarom, supervisor of thesis at Royal University of Phnom Penh.

19 Research Instrumentation (Con t) For this instrument scale, researcher was designed by two different parts such as: Part 1: In this part, researcher was designed with 3 items for describing of the students personal information based on gender, age, and year of study, which were selected from the literature review. Part 2: In this tool, researcher was consisted 29 items with divided into four different aspects in terms of nursing curriculum which consisted 8 scores, nursing instructor resource which consisted 9 scores, teaching and learning facilities which consisted 6 scores and nursing career decision making which consisted 6 scores.

20 Research Instrumentation (Con t) Moreover, in each items were used to ask student to indicate on the agreement and disagreement on a scale ranged from Strongly Disagree with value 1 ; Disagree with values 2 ; Neutral with value 3 ; Agree with values 4 ; and Strongly Agree with value 5.

21 Data Collection Procedure In order collected data for this study, researcher was done through the following step: 1. Asked for permission letter from the rector of his university in order to authorize to conduct the data collection. 2. After obtaining this official letter, the researcher was taken it to meet the dean of college of nursing and midwifery at one university in Cambodia. The researcher informed them about the research study and challenged to him for their cooperation taking part as a facilitator. Then, the dean of college of nursing and midwifery was guided the researcher to meet students and collected data from those students in each different year.

22 Data Collection Procedure (Con t) 3. After get permission from of dean of college of nursing and midwifery. The researchers were prepared 110 questionnaires to distribute to students. 4. And then researcher were explained the objective of the questionnaires to all students and introduce student to tick on questionnaire with provide honestly answers. Researchers were spent four days for completing of collecting data. 5. After the follow-up on all questionnaires, the researcher received 104 with 100% useable responses. And the next of this part of this chapter, researcher was concerned on the process how to analyses the data

23 Data Analyses and Statistical Procedure In order to complete the objective of the study; researcher was focused on the way how to do with data analyses in order to respond with two different objectives of the study. Objective One: In the objective one, researcher was described on the perception of undergraduate students toward the nursing study program based on nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities and nursing career decision making. Mean and standard deviation was used to describe on the perception of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia

24 Data Analyses and Statistical Procedure (Con t) Objective Two: In the objective two, researcher was comparison of the perception of undergraduate students towards nursing study based on nursing curriculum; nursing instructor resource; teaching and learning facilities; and nursing career decision making with selected the personal information of the participant based on gender, age, and year of study.

25 Data Analyses and Statistical Procedure (Con t) In order to accomplish on comparison of this study, researcher was used: 1. In order to compare gender with the four aspect of nursing study program. Researcher was computed by using the independent simple t-test. 2. With comparison between age and the four factors of nursing study program. Researcher was used One-Way- ANOVA. The procedure of One-Way-ANOVA analysis was used to compute the variable with four different of factors. 3. And comparison of year of study with the four factors of students perception on nursing study program. Researcher was used the One-Way-ANOVA. The procedure of One- Way-ANOVA analysis was used to compute the variable with four different of factors of the items in LMPSNSP.

26 Findings/ Result The objective of this chapter is to determine of the research findings from analyses of data in this study. Data were gathered by survey method and analyzed through quantitative statistical procedures. This chapter began to present on the describing on perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program and then descriptive and inferential statistics are used to compare the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study programs at one university in Cambodia based on gender, age, and year of study.

27 Findings/ Result (Con t) In order to evaluate the result of the research findings. Researcher is used five rating scale as mentioned by Srisa-ard, (2003) staged that there were five categories for evaluation the perception of undergraduate student towards nursing study program which ranked in the following scale: highest usage group M= ), high usage group (M= ), moderate usage group (M= ), low usage group (M= ), and lowest usage group (M= )

28 Findings/ Result (Con t) The main research findings were summarized as follows: 1) the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia both as a whole and at each aspect were at high levels. The raking from the highest to the lowest mean score was: nursing curriculum, nursing career decision making, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing instructor resource.

29 Findings/ Result (Con t) Nursing Curriculum Nursing Instructor Resource Teaching and Learning Facilities Nursing Career Decision Marking Summary of the Sub-Factor Analyzing on Perceptions of Undergraduate Students towards Nursing Study Programs at One University in Cambodia (N=104) Total

30 Findings/ Result (Con t) And 2) the result of comparison the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision marking are showed in the following tables:

31 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Gender at One University in Cambodia (n=104) Gender Aspects Male (n=56) Female (n=48) Mean S.D. Mean S.D. t P- values Nursing Curriculum Nursing Instructor Resource Teaching and Learning Facilities Nursing Career Decision Making

32 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Gender at One University in Cambodia (n=104 The result of comparison the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the four aspects based on gender is showed that there are no statically significant differences of the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision marking.

33 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Age at a one University in Cambodia (n=104) Age df SS MS F p-value 1. Nursing Curriculum Between Groups Within Groups Total Nursing Instructor Resource Between Groups Within Groups Total Teaching and Learning Facilities Between Groups Within Groups Total Nursing Career Decision Making Between Groups Within Groups Total

34 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Age at a one University in Cambodia (n=104) As the result of comparison the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the four aspects based on age is showed that there are no statically significant differences of the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision marking.

35 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Year of Study at a one University in Cambodia (n=104) Year of Study df SS MS F p-value 1. Nursing Curriculum Between Groups Within Groups Total Nursing Instructor Resource Between Groups Within Groups Total Teaching and Learning Facilities Between Groups Within Groups Total Nursing Career Decision Making Between Groups Within Groups Total

36 Differences in Students Self-Perceived on Nursing Study Program Based on Year of Study at a one University in Cambodia (n=104) Regarding of the result of comparison the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the four aspects based on Year of Study is showed that there are no statically significant differences of the perceptions of undergraduate students towards nursing study program at one university in Cambodia with concerned on the nursing curriculum, nursing instructor resource, teaching and learning facilities, and nursing career decision marking.

37 Pedagogical Implications These implications concern four particular parts: health curriculum developer, president/rector of university, parents, and student 1. Health curriculum developers, it used to be a guideline for developing a health curricular in higher education.

38 Pedagogical Implications (Con t) 2. President/ Rector of university, it used to be a guideline for improving their own institutional which concern on the improving of curriculum designing; develop of the professors and lectures resource which transfer them to joint program of professional development; upgrade of teaching and learning facilities that serve for the students need and compete with labor market needs; and it use to develop on the career choice of student. 3. Parents of students should understand the information of nursing study program for challenging their sons or daughters to joint this program. 4. Students could get the information related to nursing study program for helping them in career decision making.

39 Conclusions In the conclusion of this study, the result of this were used to be a primary model in best practices and implies for undergraduate students and other related stakeholders. And this result was used to be good information for health curriculum developers, health institutions/ health universities in developing of their institutions and strengthen the quality of health education policy. The results of this study were consistent with the literature and research that stated undergraduate students must be confident in their own studying in the field of nursing program at the university in Cambodia. Importantly, these results are used to be good picture for health policy makers in developing of the health education system, and promoting the lifelong learning for students in Cambodian society

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