The simple Explored on Effect of Professional Commitment Caused by Knowledgemanagement Ability, and Self-determined Motivation of Nursing Students
胡秀媛(Hsiu-Yuan Hu)；陳臺英(Tai-Ying Chen)；邱紹一(Shao-I Chiu)
知識管理能力 ； 職涯發展能力 ； 自我決定動機 ； 專業承諾 ； knowledge management ability ； career developmental ability ； self-determine motivation ； special commitment
|Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication||
10卷2期（2009 / 08 / 01）
44 - 56
The medical care system has sufficient ability to recruit and train enough nurses for societal needs. Due to high turnover rates, however, medical facilities generally face a shortage of nurses. The main purpose of the research were to explored nursing students knowledge management ability, career developmental ability, self-determine motivation, and special commitment, we took a random sampling of 850 students. The survey had a 94% rate of return, of which 764 survey responses (89.88%) were valid responses. The responses were given a Pearson simple regression test correlated with an independent ample t test. According to our analysis of survey results, we have concluded the following: First, students surveyed evidenced insufficient knowledge management ability, career developmental ability, self-determine motivation, and special commitment. Second, nursing students who had part-time job experience, evidenced conduct more professional than nursing students who had only attended nursing schools. Third, the level of nursing students' knowledge management ability, career developmental ability, self-determine motivation, and special commitment were correlated. Fourth, higher levels of managerial abilities, commitment, and relevant motivations contribute to higher grades. The research suggested that nursing schools would therefore produce higher-quality nurses and reduce turnover rates by motivating cultivating students in the areas of managerial abilities, commitment, and relevant motives, in addition to a wider and deeper range of professional development.
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