Nurse Managers’ Responsive Coaching To Facilitate Staff Nurses’ Clinical Skills Development in Public Tertiary Hospital

Authors

  • Anna Liza R Alfonso Far Eastern University, Manila Philippines
  • Jocelyn B. Hipona Far Eastern University, Manila Philippines
  • Wilfredo Quijencio Far Eastern University, Manila Philippines

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30994/jnp.v5i1.137

Keywords:

Relationship Building, Responsive Coaching, Nurse Managers, Clinical Skills Development

Abstract

Background: Mentoring helps cultivate nurse leaders, retain nurses, and diversify the nursing workforce. By strengthening the nursing workforce, nursing mentorship improves the quality of patient care and outcomes. Widespread uses of nurse mentoring programs have been employed to produce positive outcomes and decrease turnover and assess job satisfaction.
Purpose: The purpose of the study is to assess head nurse mentoring competency in relation to staff nurses’ career advancement in selected government hospitals to broaden the array of perspective among public hospitals
Methods: The researchers employed descriptive-correlational that glanced into the relationship of certain levels in the mentoring competency of head nurses in relation to staff nurses career advancement.
Results: Majority of the nurse-respondents have indicated good remarks on the components of relationship building in public hospitals; and very good competency on the components of identifying areas for improvement; responsive coaching; advocating for an environment conducive to good patient care; and documentation/record keeping.  
Conclusion: Nurse manager-mentors in public hospitals are very good on mentoring in identifying areas for improvement, responsive coaching, advocating for an environment conducive to good patient care, and documentation/record keeping, but, good about relationship building.

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Published

2021-10-01

How to Cite

Alfonso, A. L. R., Hipona, J. B., & Quijencio, W. (2021). Nurse Managers’ Responsive Coaching To Facilitate Staff Nurses’ Clinical Skills Development in Public Tertiary Hospital. Journal Of Nursing Practice, 5(1), 12-21. https://doi.org/10.30994/jnp.v5i1.137