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Title: Nurses’ Expectation and Nurses’ Perception Regarding Nurse Supervisors’ Coaching in Southern Bangladesh
Authors: Mahmuda Sultana Sheuli
Tasanee Nasae
Aranya Chaowalit
Keywords: expectation
nurse supervisors
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Liberal Arts, Prince of Songkla University
Abstract: Coaching is the process of helping people to enhance their performance and apply a specific knowledge and skill into practice. The study aimed to identify the level of nurses’ expectation and nurses’ perception regarding nurse supervisors’ coaching. Data were collected from 174 nurses recruited by systematic random sampling at one medical college hospital, Bangladesh. The questionnaires were developed by the researchers using a 5-point Likert scale. In this study, the content validity index (CVI) was .89. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficients of the Nurse Supervisors’ Coaching Questionnaire were .90 and .92 for nurses’ expectation and nurses’ perception, respectively. The study findings showed that the nurses’ expectation regarding nurse supervisors’ coaching was at high level (M=3.84, SD=0.30). The nurses’ perception regarding nurse supervisors’ coaching was at moderate level (M=1.76, SD=0.32). The nurses’ expectation score was significantly higher than nurses’ perception (z =-11.44, p < .001). The finding showed that nurses in this study perceived coaching ability of their supervisors lower than what they expected. It offers implication for administrators to improve nurse supervisors’ coaching in the future.
URI: http://tar.thailis.or.th/handle/123456789/938
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