alexa Monitoring The Nursing Education Programs In Selected Private Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) In Metro Manila: Basis For A Proposed Prototype Monitoring Plan
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Journal of Nursing & Care
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20th World Nursing Education Conference
May 22- 24, 2017 Osaka, Japan

Penalba Clarita C
University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Philippines
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1168-C1-046
Purpose: This study was conducted to monitor nursing education programs’ (HEIs) quantitative and qualitative data and to determine its implication in designing a responsive prototype monitoring model. Methods: Qualitative-descriptive study of two (2) major groups of respondents was performed: 10 or 18.18 percent university administrators; and 45 or 81.82 percent faculty, or a total of 55 participants. Self-structured survey questionnaire validated by a panel of expert was utilized. Results: There exist no significant (Z=1.367; cv = 1.645) difference in the assessment of the two groups of respondents (the administration and faculty members). In the computation of the Z test, the highest computed Z is in administration, Z = 1.367; and the lowest is in Laboratory and Cooperating Agencies, with Z = 0.054. The researcher, based on the result of the survey proposed a prototype Monitoring Model for the agency so that a system of monitoring activities can be readily available. Conclusion: All HEIs adequately comply based on the result of the quantitative and qualitative data. However, compliance failed to attain full level of functionality and interdisciplinary approach in the areas of faculty, facilities and equipment, research and development requirements. The proposed Prototype Monitoring Model by the researcher adopts the CHEDs monitoring goals and objectives and recommended for the utilization of HEIs administrators as a means to further comply to the strategic monitoring requirements of the CHED.

CLARITA C. PENALBA has completed his PhD at the age of Sixty from Saint Jude College, Manila, Philippines. She had taken her postdoctoral studies in Doctor of Education from Greenville College, Pasig City Philippines last 2007-2011. She took up her Master of Arts in Nursing-Major in Nursing Administration and Management from the Philippine College of Health and Sciences, Claro M. Recto, Manila, Philippines and graduated last October 16, 2005. Currently, she is the Team Leader Level IV, Chairman - Community Involvement-for the PAASCU ACCREDITATION, Resource Coordinator- Community Extension Social Action Services, and Adviser Level II, of the College of Nursing, University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Inc. Quezon City, Philippines. She held previous positions from different institutions and Nursing Specialties and Occupational Setting as Supervisors and Consultant. She has published her papers one in St. Paul University of the Philippines International Health Congress, Tuguegarao City , Cagayan.

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