THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF RELATED NURSING STUDENTS AT ILOILO DOCTORS’ COLLEGE
A RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY,
COLLEGE OF NURSING, ILOILO DOCTORS’ COLLEGE,
WEST AVENUE, MOLO, ILOILO CITY
AS A PARTIAL FULFILLMENT
OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE COURSE
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
EBACUADO, LLOYD CORPUS
GARINO, RHIZAN ROSE
GRIÑO, THERESE LIN
INOCENTES, TESSIA MAY
JABILE, CHRISTINE JOY
JAMILARIN, VAN ALDRIN
LIM, JULIA GRACE
MALUNES, LYNVEL HEATHER
MANDARIO, JULIE ANN
MAQUILING, MA. LAURICE ANGELA
BSN IV – A
Nursing is a caring profession; a profession of looking after people who are ill. It is different from other professions because it deals with people's lives. Nursing has been going in and out of trend for the past few years. It had been popular among Filipinos, until it reached a point when even professionals took up nursing. There had been a great demand for the profession during the time. News was that there was a great need for nurses abroad, and that the openings offered a much more profitable salary. Nursing schools had countless populations of students for a few years' time — take the Iloilo Doctors' College, College of Nursing for example. A few years back, there had been an estimated population of three thousand students, until recently, the population decreased by approximately eighty-six percent since the number of unemployed or underemployed nurses came to an excess, and the demand has ceased. But, in time, the demand for the profession will eventually increase again. It is not unlikely that some students did not voluntarily choose Nursing as their vocation. Their choice has possibly been influenced by pressure or frustration. As observed, the four years in Nursing school is not very easy to go through. One has to have the heart and the passion for it to endure the long hours of lectures, the possibly unpleasant encounters during shifts, and the sleepless nights of studying. This research is being conducted to learn how the students who did not voluntarily choose Nursing perform in academics, and in RLE as well, considering the fact that it is not what they want, that it is not their passion.
Statement of the Problem
This study is conducted to determine the Factors affecting the academic performance of related nursing students at Iloilo Doctors’ College. Specifically, the researchers sought answers to the following questions: 1.) What are the Factors affecting the academic performance of related nursing students at Iloilo Doctors’ College? 2.) Are there any significant differences on the effects on the academic performance such as lack of interest, tardiness, low attention span, poor study habit and low quiz scores of nursing students who were Influenced to take up nursing at Iloilo Doctors’ College when classified according to age, sex, educational status & course preference?
Hypotheses of the Study
1.) There are no Factors affecting the academic performance of related nursing students at Iloilo Doctors’ College. 2.) There are no significant differences on the effects on the academic performance such as lack of interest, tardiness, low attention span, poor study habit and low quiz scores of nursing students who were Influenced to take up nursing at Iloilo Doctors’ College when classified according to age, sex, educational status & course preference Theoretical Framework This study uses the Social Learning theory of Albert Bandura which states that learning involves functionalism, interactionalism, and significant symbolism. He stressed that individuals were capable of self-regulation and self-direction. An individual doesn't simply react to external influences but personal drive.
Bandura also proposed the conditions necessary for effective modeling. These are attention that refers to doing things with focus and interest. Things that are Influenced upon by external...
July 25, 2014
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