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This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Orientation Project for Being a Good Government Officer organized by the Boromarajonanai College of Nursing, Chakriraj, using the CIPP model. The sample included 200 new government officers from 10 provinces, which were Nonthaburi, Kanchanaburi, Nakhon Pathom, Suphanburi, Ratchaburi, Phetchaburi, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Samut Sakhon, Samutsongkram, Samut Songkhram, and Krabi. Data were collected by conducting an in-depth interview and questionnaires. Later, data were analyzed using content analysis, frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and paired t-tests were applied to compare self-assessment scores on competency.
The results revealed that an alignment between curriculum and the project’s objectives was recognized at the highest level ( =4.24, SD =.51) for the context aspect. For the input aspect, speakers’ competency was highly recognized ( =4.49, SD =.54). The highest score of the process aspect was an appropriateness of place ( =4.46, SD=.55). All items of the product aspect were rated at the highest level including overall satisfaction ( =4.53, SD=.56), worthiness of this project ( =4.53, SD=.53), followed by the applicability of content into practice ( =4.42, SD=.55) and the increase of knowledge ( =4.36, SD=.56) Furthermore, the posttest scores of attendants’ competency to become good government officers improved significantly (p<.01) when compared to the pretest scores. The strengths of this project were the speakers’ expertise and attendants’ participation, whereas, the weakness of this project was the significant amount of time consumed during the field trip.
บทความและรายงานวิจัยในวารสารพยาบาลกระทรวงสาธารณสุข เป็นความคิดเห็นของ ผู้เขียน มิใช่ของคณะผู้จัดทำ และมิใช่ความรับผิดชอบของสมาคมศิษย์เก่าพยาบาลกระทรวงสาธารณสุข ซึ่งสามารถนำไปอ้างอิงได้
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