Prenatal Diagnosis

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Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING Introduction Caring behavior is an essential element of nursing. Nurses’ caring behavior is believed to enhance the patient’s health and well-being and to facilitate health promotion as well as patient’s ultimate curing. (Jean Weigand, 2006). Clinical instructors are expected to equipped students with knowledge and skills to become competent and prepare them in the future for their nursing profession. Caring education must be observe not only in the classroom setting but also during clinical exposure, this is to be able to guide students on how to render the best nursing care to their patients. Clinical instructors must possess patience, attentive listening, sensitivity, and great…show more content…
Specifically, this study sought to answer the following questions: 1. What is the respondents’ level of practice of Watson’s caring behavior in terms of: 1.1 formation of a humanistic- altruistic system of values; 1.2 instillation of faith-hope; 1.3 cultivation of sensitivity to self and to others; 1.4 development of a helping- trust relationship; 1.5 promotions and acceptance of the positive and negative feelings; 1.6 systemic use of the scientific problem- solving method for decision making; 1.7 promotion of interpersonal teaching- learning; 1.8 provision of supportive, protective, and corrective mental, physical, socio-cultural, and spiritual environment; 1.9 assistance with the gratification of human needs; and 1.10 allowance of existential phenomenological force? 2. What is the respondents’ level of clinical performance in terms of: 2.1 Related Learning Grades (Prelim, Midterm, Finals) 3. Is there a significant relationship between the level of practice of Watson’s caring behavior and the Clinical
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