Factors Related to Risk Management Behaviors of Professional Nurses: A Case Study of Hatyai Hospital

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Supakit Chaiphom
Sopen Chunuan
Wanna Aungkasuwan1

Abstract

This descriptive correlational study aimed to examine the level of professional nurses’ risk management behaviors and the relationships between factors and risk management behaviors of the professional nurses who worked at Hatyai hospital. The sample consisted of 258 professional nurses who were selected by purposive random sampling. The questionnaire used to collect the data consisted of six parts, including: 1) demographic characteristics, 2) professional nurses’ risk management behaviors, 3) communication skills, 4) attitudes towards risk management, 5) participatory risk management, and 6) risk management motivation. The reliabilities of Parts 2 to 6 of the questionnaire were tested using Cronbach’s alpha coefficient, yielding values of .92, .95, .90, .94 and .96 respectively. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson’s product moment correlation. The results revealed that the overall mean score of the professional nurses’ risk management behaviors was at a high level. There were moderate positive correlations of risk management motivation, communication skills, participation in risk management and attitudes towards risk management with the risk management behaviors among professional nurses (r=.601, r=.560, r=.468 and r=.321, respectively, p<.001). These research findings could be used to develop the promotion of risk management behaviors among professional nurses.

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Chaiphom ส, Chunuan โ, Aungkasuwan1 ว. Factors Related to Risk Management Behaviors of Professional Nurses: A Case Study of Hatyai Hospital . NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2021 Aug. 5 [cited 2022 Jan. 27];31(2):93-104. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/252576
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