Relationship Perception of Coordination and Communication Skills with Performance Head Room Nurses
Keywords:Perception, Coordination, Communication, Performance, Nurse
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between nurse's perception of head room coordination and communication abilities with nurse performance in Hospital Dr. H. Moch. Ansari Saleh Banjarmasin. The method used analytic observational study design with cross sectional approach. The population was nurse of patient room sapphire, jade, sapphire, and alexandri in Hospital Dr H. Moch. Saleh Ansari Banjarmasin with sample are 30 nurse. The instrument was a questionnaire and analyzed using Fisher's exact test (Î± = 0.05). The results showed that most respondents have a good perception of head room coordination abilities (97%), head room communication ability (100%), as well as having good performance (90%). The analysis showed that there was no relationship between the nurse's perception of head room coordination ability with the nurse performance (p-value = 1.000). Nurses' perception of communication otherwise good head room fully (100%). It is recommended to the Hospital Dr. H. Moch. Ansari Saleh to improve the quality of services-provided to the community by always pay attention to the quality of human resources (HR)
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