THE ASSOCIATION OF INDIVIDUAL FACTORS AND WORK MOTIVATION WITH NURSES CARING BEHAVIOUR IN AJIBARANG HOSPITAL
A high quality of nursing care is an essential component of hospital service
provision. This study aims to reveal the level of quality of care and the factors
associated with related behavior at the inpatient ward in Ajibarang Hospital.
The study design was cross-sectional quantitative. Data were collected through
questionnaires to 41 inpatient nurses during Mey-June 2016 as well as through participatory observation. Data analysis included univariate, bivariate with chi-square test.
Univariate analysis showed that the majority of nurses were aged 25-45 years
(92,7%), female (56,1%), had a DIII nursing education (80,5%), tenure < 5 years (58,5 %), and marital status were married (82,9%). More of nurse’s staff were with good category for work motivation (53,7%) and more of nurse’s staff were with good category for caring behaviour (58,5%). Bivariate analysis showed that age (p=0.767), gender (0,105), tenure (p=0,540), DIII nursing education (p=0.800), marital status (p=0.934), not associated with caring behaviour, work motivation were associated with caring behaviour (p=0,001). Expected to Section Diklat and nursing fields section to hold trainings for nurses related to caring behavior and increase the motivation of nurses to improve organizational culture (reward, job design, leadership).
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