Keywords:พลังสุขภาพจิต, Resilience Quotient, พยาบาลจบใหม่หมุนเวียน, newly rotating graduated nurses
Objective: To study Resilience Quotient (RQ ) and predictive factors of newly rotating graduated nurses of King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital.
Design: Descriptive research
Implementation: The subjects were 193 newly rotating graduated nurses of King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital . Data were collected by using questionnaire; which consisted of demographic data and general information, Thai Resilience Quotient screening test ,the Personal Resource Questionnaire PRQ : Part II , and the Maudsley Personal Inventory . Statistical analyses were descriptive statistic, t-test, Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient and Multiple linear regression.
Results: Most of the subjects were female (97.4 percent) and average age were 22.6 years. About 75%of them had normal RQ and 9.8% had low RQ. Related factors to RQ included economic status, family burden, confidence to practice nursing, stressful life events, social support and personality type. Social support, personality type and family burden could predict RQ with a predictive value of 44.7%
Recommendations: Consideration and giving the importance to the predictive factors ; social support, personality type and family burden of newly rotating graduated nurses might be beneficial for developing RQ of those nurses .