The Effects of the Dexterity on the Motor Abilities of Nursing Students

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The Effect of Dexterity on the
MotorAbilities of Nursing Students

Allen Frederick A. David
Hanna Samantha D. Urayan
Pia D. Mendoza
Arne R. Rafol
Angelie Mary B. Ty
GenelynS. Resos
Juvy N. Clariza
RagielP. Azcarraga

Our Lady of Fatima University

ENDORSEMENT
This thesis entitled: “THE EFFECT OF DEXTERITY ON THE MOTOR ABILITIES OF NURSING STUDENTS” prepared by Allen Frederick A. David, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing has been examined and now recommended for Oral Examination.

This is to certify that Allen Frederick A. David is ready for the Oral Examination.

Reagan J. Sarmiento, RN, MAN
Adviser

This is to certify that the thesis: “THE EFFECT OF DEXTERITY ON THE MOTOR ABILITIES OF NURSING STUDENTS” prepared and submitted by Allen Frederick A. David, is recommended for Oral Examination.

NAME OF CHAIRPERSON
Chair

MEMBER NAME
Member

MEMBER NAME
Member

Lurceli L. Santos, RM, RN, MAN
Dean, College of Nursing



APPROVAL SHEET
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing, this thesis entitled: “THE EFFECT OF DEXTERITY ON THE MOTOR ABILITIES OF NURSING STUDENTS” has been prepared and submitted by Allen Frederick A. David, is hereby recommended for acceptance and approval of Oral Examination.

Reagan J. Sarmiento
Adviser

PANEL OF EXAMINERS

Approved and accepted during Oral Examination held on ______________________ with a rating of ________ % (_________)

NAME OF CHAIRPERSON
Chairperson

MEMBER NAME
Member

MEMBER NAME
Member

Accepted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Lurceli L. Santos, RM, RN, MAN
Dean

CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY

We hereby certify that this THESIS is our own work and that, to the best of our knowledge and belief, it contains no material previously written or published by another person or organization nor any material which has been accepted for award of any other degrees or diploma for a university or institution of higher learning, except where due acknowledgement is made thereof.

Furthermore, we declare that the intellectual content of this THESIS is the product of our work although we have received assistance from others on the manner of organization, presentation, language and style.

Allen Frederick A. David
Group Leader

MEMBERS:
Hanna Samantha D. Urayan
Pia D. Mendoza
Arne R. Rafol
Angelie Mary B. Ty
Genelyn S. Resos
Juvy N. Clariza
Ragiel P. Azcaraga

Reagan J. Sarmiento, RN, MAN
Adviser
September 20,2012

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The researchers express greatest gratitude to the following people who made this study possible:

Mr. Michael Joseph S. Diño, Research and Development Coordinator for his assistance and direction to bridge out the researchers to success;

Mr. Francis A. Vasquez, NCM 101 Coordinator and Virtual Laboratory Coordinator, and Ms. Ana Suva, Virtual Laboratory Head, for their understanding and support during the organization of the thesis;

Mrs. Lurceli L. Santos, Dean of the College of Nursing, for her generosity in guiding the researcher towards academic and clinical excellence;

Ms. Aura YddaAlyne S. Toreja, thesis adviser, for lighting the beginning of this study through ups and downs; for supporting and believing for the success of this study;

Mr. Reagan J. Sarmiento, thesis adviser, for supervision in accomplishing the second part of this study. His knowledge made the researchers overcome adjustments and build up compliance towards completion of this study;

Ms. Jenica Ann Riverofor imparting her knowledge, time and skills for thesuccess of this study;

Ms. Sharon Cajayon, Mr. ArnelBuencamino, Ms. Melanie Cambel and Ms. Elsa Pacheco, for their benevolence in helping the researchers complete the data;

And above all, to the ALMIGHTY FATHER, for HIS unconditional...
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