Competency evaluation of the Trainees in the Nursing Specially in Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program of Navamindrathiraj University

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Yupa Wongrottri Khachee Pongsathonviboon Patiporn Bunyaphatkun Saowaluk Thummak Chutarat Akkarawongvisit

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The development of nursing competencies at emergency department has important to encourage the nurses having the knowledge skills and abilities of emergency nursing, Unfortunately, the nursing competency was not followed in long term. The descriptive study is aimed to examine emergency nursing competencies in the Nursing Specially in Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program of Navamindrathiraj University. The research population was 83 nurses who were 38 trained nurses, 25 nurses and 20 supervisors. The data collection was conducted using the questionnaire on emergency nursing competency an IOC validity of 0,8 and a Cronbach’s alpha reliability coefficient of 0.9. The data were allayed by using mean, standard deviation, one-- way ANOVA and one - way repeated measure ANOVA


The results revealed that: the trained nurses were found to have moderate level of emergency nursing competency in total, before training ( = 3.47, SD.= 0.49), have high level in both of after training and 1 month after training ( = 4.45, SD.= 0.35, = 4.27, SD.= 0.24), and have the highest level at 3 month after training ( = 4.55, SD.= 0.19). The domain element of the highest mean score was advance cardiovascular life support ( = 4.53, SD.= 0.38, = 4.38, SD.= 0.36, = 4.78, SD.= 0.36). There was significant difference among times such as before training, after training, 1 month, and 3 month after training, toward the emergency nursing competencies in all domains (P < 0.05). The mean score of emergency nursing competencies of 3 month after training was significant higher than 1 month after training ( = 4.55, SD.= 0.19). The mean score of emergency nursing competencies was high level which was rated by trained nurse, nurses, and supervisors in total, but there was no statistic significant among their opinions toward the emergency nursing competencies in all domain (P < 0.05). Therefore, the development of emergency nursing competencies in the nursing specially in emergency nurse practitioner program is a common factor to encourage the nurses to have the knowledge, abilities and skills for having the quality, rapidly, and standard of nursing practice that nurses are provides quality care to the patients with the life threatening to have the quality of life.

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Wongrottri, Y., Pongsathonviboon, K., Bunyaphatkun, P., Thummak, S., & Akkarawongvisit, C. (2019). Competency evaluation of the Trainees in the Nursing Specially in Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program of Navamindrathiraj University. Kuakarun Journal of Nursing, 26(1), 153-169. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/kcn/article/view/182928
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