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Submitted: 04 December 2017 Modified: 04 December 2017
HERDIN Record #: R04A-UPHBL-17120414024439

DETERMINING THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE POPULATION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS WORKING IN THE ACADEME IN CALABARZON AND NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION.

1Rheselle O. Benjamin,
2Marielle D. Centino,
3Rainiel L. Del Prado
College of Occupational Therapy - UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University

Abstract

Factors affecting the population of occupational therapists working in the academe in CALABARZON and National Capital Region were determined.Each subject was handed a questionnaire to obtain information about the factors which enticed occupational therapy practitioners to work in academe. Likert scale was used by the researchers in rating the responses from the questionnaires. an were computed to determine and rate the factors affecting the population of occupational therapists working in the academe in CALABARZON and National Capital Region. Results show that job satisfaction is the number one factor that affects the population of occupational therapists working in the academe in CALABARZON and NCR. Interest in academic career, light workloads and salary also affect respondent's choice of working in the academe.

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Publication Type:
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree:
BS
Publication Date:
March 2017
Publisher:
UPH-Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University/Medical Center

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