A Comparative of the Clinical Competence of Community Service Practitioners: Degree and Diploma Nursing Programmes
The purpose of the study search out compare the ideas of Community Service Practitioners (Degree versus Diploma) concerning their clinical ability in providing sucking care and to establish and equate the perceptions of Professional Nurses concerning the clinical ability of the Community Service Practitioners they supervise (Degree against Diploma) in providing nursing care. The ineffectual hypothesis established that there is sameness in the dispassionate competence of Community Service Practitioners the one completed a Degree acting as a nurse programme and those who achieved a Diploma nursing programme superior to registration as a Professional Nurse (R425).A determinable, comparative, explanatory, and cross-localized design was used. A total of having 50 of something-two (n=52) professional nurses and fifty-two (n=52) Community Service Practitioners the one were purposively picked completed the inquiry. A five-point Likert-scale questionnaire for the Professional Nurses projecting the Community Service Practitioners and a three-point Likert-scale questionnaire for the Community Service Practitioners was secondhand. Data were organised and analysed utilizing Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), Version 21.The results of the study indicated that skilled is no difference in the dispassionate competence, that included information, skills and stance, of Community Service Practitioners who achieved an undergraduate degree distinguished to those the one completed a recognition.
Department of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences, Durban University of Technology, South Africa.
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Keywords: Attitude, community service practitioner, competence, competency, knowledge, skills