Proceedings of The 2nd International Conference on New Trends in Management, Business and Economics
The influencing factors of humanistic care ability among a group of nursing professionals in Zhoukou, China
Conghui Chen, Thitinant Wareewanich and Thitinan Chankson
The purpose of study is to identify the influencing factors of humanistic care ability among a group of nursing professionals in Zhoukou city, Henan Province, China. This research was the survey research and development. The data were collected by using questionnaires. The participants in this study were 450 front-line clinical nurses working in three major hospitals with the level 3A in Zhoukou City, China. The results of the study found there is a significantly uneven distribution of gender and age, the overall competency score of male respondents is significantly high levels, years of work had a significant correlation with the overall score, the relationship with parents had a significant subject effect on scores, and non-religious professionals score high levels in terms of humanistic care ability. The suggestion of study is advisable to strengthen humanistic care education, establish humanistic care system, improve the level of nursing humanistic care through scientific research, and increase investment in hospital human resources and equipment.
keywords: Medical workers, Humanistic care ability, nursing professional.