June II A. Kiblasan, Florence D. Dao-ayen, Minda B. Bahug, Mary Grace G. Villaruz, Jane P. Fabian, Jersica P. Calderon , Agnes T. Leuterio
This study was conducted to assess the pattern of currently utilized staffing and the importance of factors that can possibly affect the process in the nursing service department of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (PHILIPPINES). A descriptive normative survey was employed with a reliable questionnaire constructed by the authors answered by one hundred thirty (130) available nurses. Gathered data were tallied and subsequently subjected to descriptive statistical treatment using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences Version 20.0 (SPSS) employing a Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient (PPMCC). Most of the patterns were frequently utilized and most of the factors that can possibly affect the staffing were very important. There is a strong significant relationship between the currently utilized staffing pattern and the factors that affect the process of staffing.
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