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Submitted: 07 August 2019 Modified: 07 August 2019
HERDIN Record #: 108920-1908071526402

Perception of patients on nursing care in selected district hospitals of Benguet.

Connie Marie P. Ambe,
Mylene May M. Chanfing,
Blitz O. Kilongan,
Jonalyn S. Esco

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INTRODUCTION:


This is study aimed to determine the perception of patients on nursing care in selected district hospitals of Benguet. It also determined the level of differences when compared according to their age, gender, civil status and highest educational attainment.


METHODOLOGY:


Quantitative descriptive method was used in this study.  A total number of 50 individuals were chosen from Atok District Hospital and Northern Benguet District Hospital. T-test  and f-test was used for data analysis.


RESULTS, ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION:


Results revealed that the level of effectiveness of nursing care as perceived by patients in selected district hospitals of Benguet is effective. Age except gender, civil status and highest educational attainment have significant relationship on the level of effectiveness of nursing care as perceived by patients in selected district hospitals of Benguet.


CONCLUSION:


Based on findings, it is hereby concluded that the patients from the district hospitals in Benguet perceive nursing care to be effective. All respondents regardless of gender, civil status and highest educational attainment except age have no bearing on the level of nursing care rendered by the nurses. Nursing care is still vital in the wellbeing of the patient, and patients ages 60 and above needs more nursing care.

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