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Title: Clinical Skills for Tsunami Care and Its Relating Factors Perceived by Nurses in Indonesia
Authors: Cut Husna
Urai Hatthakit
Aranya Chaowalit
Keywords: Nurse
Clinical skills
Perceived
Tsunami
Hospital
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2014
Publisher: Faculty of Liberal Arts, Prince of Songkla University
Abstract: Nurses need to be equipped with appropriate disaster nursing skills and disaster management in response to disaster occurrence. The 2004 tsunami is a gigantic disaster that has tested the skills and response of the nurses involved in the care of the tsunami patients. This descriptive correlational study was conducted to describe the level of clinical skills for tsunami care, and to examine the relationship between knowledge, training and education, working experience, attending hospital disaster drills, and clinical skills for tsunami care perceived by nurses in Indonesia. This study utilized systematic random sampling involving 97 nurses in a hospital in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Data were collected by questionnaires, which consist of five parts, namely; demographic data, nurses’ clinical experience, nurses’ knowledge in tsunami, and nurses’ clinical skills in tsunami. Pearson’s product moment correlation was used to investigate the relationship between clinical skills for tsunami care and knowledge, working experience, and training and education. Chi square was used to examine the relationship between clinical skills for tsunami care and attending hospital disaster drill. Knowledge, working experience, and training and education were statistically low significant correlated with clinical skills for tsunami care (r = .24, p< .05), (r = .30, p< .01), (r = .23, p< .05) respectively. In contrast, attending hospital disaster drill had no correlation with nurses’ clinical skills (χ2 = .82b, p>. 05). The study revealed that nurses in the hospital have to improve their knowledge and skills in order to respond to disasters.
URI: http://tar.thailis.or.th/handle/123456789/939
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