International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Nursing | Philippines | Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021 | Rating: 6.9 / 10

Supervision Training Needs Among Nurses and Nurse - Educators

Rosa D. Devera [4]

Abstract: Supervision innovations are not objective, wherein its adequacy lies within the way they are utilized by qualified and gifted workforce that lies within the faculty/instructors in the teaching and learning process. This document is a compilation of a focus group discussion among nurses and nurse-educators. The Focus Group Discussion (FGD) was conducted to explore the participants’ views and perspectives on three particular questions regarding supervision of nurses’ and nurse-educators in fiscal year 2021. The participants of this focus group discussion are all students taking up Doctor of Philosophy major in Nursing Education at Holy Angel University, Angeles Pampanga, some participants are based in the Philippines working as nurses and nurse-educators and others are working in a University at Saudi Arabia. The responses of the participants during the FGD were recorded but their written answers are also included in this document for reference of the readers. An important section of this document is their individual understanding of the activity as it is revealed in their interpretation of the results, their discussion of the results, their conclusion based on the results and their recommendations in instructional supervision in general. The findings discussed relative to the research questions and core themes consolidated during the focused group discussion. The results of this study are deeply contextual, significant and useful themes emerge from the discussion in regard to agreed ways to facilitate supervision training, underlying content topics regarding literature. In the light of the foregoing findings and conclusions of the focus group discussion, the following recommendations were advanced: Conduct training sessions that aim at promoting the quality of university faculty performance by using technological innovations; Training sessions for quality management needs as time management and conferencing skills, course and program design.

Keywords: Supervision, Supervision Training Needs, Focus Group Discussion, Nurses, Nurse-Educators

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 3, March 2021,

Pages: 1057 - 1060

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