Submitted by: Melissa Joyce P. Ramboanga 2018-09-03 00:00:00 Last Updated by: Jeverly Ann S. Principe 2018-09-11 11:48:34 Export to PDF

Perceived Self-Efficacy and Competence of Pediatric Residency Training Graduates for Professional Practice

PHRR180911-001884

UPMREB 2017-222-01

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Perceived Self-Efficacy and Competence of Pediatric Residency Training Graduates for Professional Practice

Core evaluation traits such as self-efficacy and competence may affect the performance of a graduate in actual practice, and consequently affect the health services being given to actual patients.  Training and experience have been shown to greatly contribute to these individual characteristics.  By investigating these traits in the eyes of the graduate, training program outcomes can also be assessed for achievement, as well as alignment with the actual experience of the graduate during training, and during actual professional practice.
 
This research will determine the perceived self-efficacy and competence of pediatric residency training graduates for professional practice. A self-administered survey will be sent by electronic mail and personal correspondences to verified pediatric residency training graduates from 2015 to 2016.  The survey questionnaire will make use of a five-point Likert Scale to rate the personal perceptions of the participants with regard to self-efficacy and competence for professional practice.  Another part of the questionnaire will ask for narrative responses to further elucidate the responses of the participants in the rating scale. A focus- group discussion and review of documents will also be done to supplement the survey questionnaire.  Being a cross-sectional descriptive study, sums of frequencies will be used in the analysis.  Between group associations will be analyzed using chi-square (χ2) and Spearman rho (rs) tests.  A p-value <0.05 will be considered statistically significant.  Content analysis will also be done for the narrative responses, focus group discussion inputs and review of documents.

Start Date Duration in Months Target Completion Date Actual Completion Date
2017-09-12 18 2019-03-12 0000-00-00

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University of the Philippines - Manila, National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions Public Higher Education Institution - State Universities and Colleges NCR N/A
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Self-funded N/A None
Name Expertise Affiliation
Melissa Joyce P. Ramboanga, MD Pediatrics University of the Philippines - Manila, National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions

Health professions education:

This research would like to determine the perceived self-efficacy and competence of pediatric residency training graduates for professional practice.

rating of perceived self-efficacy and competence
association between perceived self-efficacy and competence and the amount of training

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  • Philippines

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12 Sep 2017

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