The Result of the Administrative Measures for the Tuberculosis Transmission of Prevention in Hospitals

  • จุฑาพัฒน์ รัตนดิลก ณ ภูเก็ต นักวิชาการสาธารณสุขชานาญการ
  • รุ้งรังษี วิบูลชัย นักวิชาการการศึกษาชานาญการพิเศษ
  • เพชรมณี วิริยะสืบพงศ์ นักวิชาการการศึกษาชานาญการพิเศษ
Keywords: the administrative measures, tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals

Abstract

The objective of this research was to evaluate the administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals. The research design was applied the action research. The population and samples were the 310 health care staffs in hospitals, who were determined with the administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention and control in hospitals. The sample size was estimated by inclusion criteria 310 samples and exclusion criteria. Moreover; this research was divided in four phases. The first phase was prepared and planning, these steps were through the situation analysis. The second phases were transformed action plan and carried on the administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of the prevention by practical guide-line, capacity building, and monitoring quarterly. The third phase was reflecting the result of the administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals. The final phase was evaluated the result of the administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals. The evaluation forms were examined validity by 5 experts and reliability used alpha Cornbrash’s amount 0.93. The data analyses were carried out based on contents analysis and descriptive statistics percentage median and chi-square. These data were collected through observations and evaluation form. The analysis of the data involved both qualitative as well as quantitative methods. The results of this study showed in six parts. The first one was the situation analysis of the performances for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention and control in hospitals was the lack of a specific plan for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals (96.45%). The second one was the development of an action plan that takes action plan as part of the fourth plan. The third one was an operation manual for the prevention, the spread of tuberculosis in hospital. The fourth one was the results of the competency development personnel found, that form 48.39 % to 86.45%. The fifth one was the monitoring found that a measure of operating procedures to prevent the tuberculosis transmission with performances indicators which were operated quarterly. The last one was the results of administrative measures for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals were varied.The recommendations of this research, the health care staffs of hospital should have applied administrative measures and evaluate their performances for the tuberculosis transmission of prevention in hospitals constantly.

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Published
2019-05-08
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รัตนดิลก ณ ภูเก็ตจ, วิบูลชัยร, วิริยะสืบพงศ์เ. The Result of the Administrative Measures for the Tuberculosis Transmission of Prevention in Hospitals. Journal of Health Science Boromarajonani College of Nursing Sunpasitthiprasong [Internet]. 8May2019 [cited 18Nov.2019];3(1):52-5. Available from: https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnsp/article/view/192839
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