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Communication Experiences of Foreign Senior Student Nurses

with the Pediatric Client

A Research Proposal to

The College of Nursing

University of the Cordilleras

In Partial Fulfilment

Of the Requirements for the Program

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

By

Section 3 Group A

APRIL JOY G. ABALOS ALDEN NICHOLE M. CASEM

AHISAT A. ADIO DESIREE B. MADARANG

REJEAN M. AYENGAN LA NELLE J. MELIS

EBUNOLUWA E. BABALOLA ROGIE R. SALUDO

SHAYNE IRIS A. BELGICA IVY R. SALUNGASING


APPROVAL SHEET

This undergraduate research proposal entitled

“Communication Experiences of foreign Senior Student Nurses

with the Pediatric Client” prepared and submitted by BSN III

Group 3-A; Abalos, April joy; Adio, Ahisat; Ayengan, Rejean;

Babalola, Ebunoluwa, Belgica, Shayne; Casem, Alden Nichole;

Madarang, Desiree; Melis, La Nelle; Saludo, Rogie;

Salungasing, Ivy. In partial fulfilment of requirement for

the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, has been

examined and recommended for acceptance and approval for

Proposal examination.

Judith Odanee G. Magwilang


Adviser

Approved by the committee for proposal examination on May

2018

COnchita F. Reyes, MAN


Chairman

Eugene Flor L. Ulpindo, MSN Juliet V. Avena, MAN


Member Member

Accepted and approved in Partial fulfilment of the


Requirement for the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Nursing.

Judith Odanee G. Magwilang, MAED, MAN,


Dean of the College of Nursing
Acknowledgement

We want to use this opportunity to express our sincere


gratitude to everyone who supported, guided, and helped us in
our research.
To our loving parents who have given us immeasurable and
their undying support in every step of the way, we thank you
for motivating and inspiring us to strive harder and become
better. This wouldn’t be all possible without your aspiring
guidance.
We would like to acknowledge the contribution of the
following group and individuals to the development of this
research paper.
To our Adviser, Ms. Judith Odanee G. Magwilang, the Dean
of the College of Nursing, we would like to appreciate the
extensive support and guidance throughout our research. The
success of this Research would not have been a reality without
your professional tutorship. We can’t thank you enough for
your prompt response and availability to all our needs
regarding this research.
To our Research Panel, Mr Michael Ruiz, Thank you for
taking part in the approval of our proposed research title
and providing us you discerning suggestion and prudent
insights in creating our research title.
To our beloved participants, we are beyond thankful for
your generosity in cooperating with us all throughout the
research interview. We are blessed to have a warm-hearted
respondents like you, we are sincerely thankful for taking
time in answering our questions.
And to the people who weren’t mentioned above who
contributed in making our research possible and successful.
Thank you for all the efforts that you’ve selflessly given us
to accomplish this research.
To the almighty God, all of these wouldn’t be possible
without him. For guiding us to our rightful participants and
giving us strength to finish this research all glory be unto
him.
Dedication

This research paper is especially dedicated to our


loving parents who have been our guide and strength with our
every endeavour, for their constant and undying support that
gives us inspiration to strive harder and become better. They
have driven us to become more enthusiastic with our jobs and
roles as nursing students. Without their motivation and
support, this research project would not have been made
possible.
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

TITLE PAGE………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………1

APPROVAL SHEET……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………2

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………3

DEDICATION………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………4

TABLE of CONTENTS……………………………………………………………………………………………………………5

LIST of TABLES……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………7

CHAPTER

1. THE PROBLEMS

Background of the study……………………………………………………8

Theoretical Framework………………………………………………………17

Statement of the problem………………………………………………21

2. DESIGN METHODOLOGY

Research Design and Methodology……………………………23

Population and Locale of the Study……………………24


1.
Data Gathering Tool……………………………………………………………25

Data Gathering Procedure………………………………………………26

Establishing Trustworthiness of data………………27

Ethical Consideration………………………………………………………28
Analysis of the Data………………………………………………………29

Reference……………………………………………………………………………………………31

3. APPENDIX A

Letter for the Dean of the College of

Nursing…………………………………………………………………………………………32

4. APPENDIX B

Letter to the Respondents………………………………………33

5. APPENDIX C

Letter to the University of the Cordilleras

Research and Innovation Center…………………………34

6. APPENDIX D

Interview Guide Question…………………………………………35

7. Matrix of Interview…………………………………………………………36

8. Ethics Review Application Form……………………………37

9. Participant Inform Consent………………………………………38


LIST OF TABLES
Chapter 1

The Problem

Background of the study

Communication (from Latin “communicare”, meaning “to share”)

is the act of conveying intended meanings from one entity or group

to another through the use of mutually understood signs and

semiotic rules. It is can also be defined as impacting or exchanging

of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium,

means of sending or receiving information .

Communication is an important and integral part of life,


without which no one might survive. Verbal and non-verbal
communication starts from birth and does not end until death
(vertino 2014). Communication is needed not only for
transmission of information and knowledge to another, but
more significantly to inter-relate as human beings everywhere
in the world.

Barriers is anything built or serving to bar passage, as


a railing or fence. Barrier is a material object or sent of
object that separate, demarcates, or serves as a barricade
that prevents access. But in this study barrier is being used
as an adverb, in this sense barriers can be define as an
obstacle that prevents effective exchange of ideas or
thoughts. Such barriers includes; status differences, gender
differences, cultural differences, prejudice and
organisational environment.
Chapter 2

Design and Methodology

This chapter present the research design, population and


locale, data gathering tool and the treatment of data of the
study.

Research Design
The study on communication experiences of senior foreign
student nurses with a pediatric client is a qualitative
descriptive phenomenological research that attempts to gather
and accumulate data regarding the experiences of the foreign
senior student nurses when communicating to a pediatric
client as well as the challenges they experienced and the
time they spent in communicating with them. The research would
utilize descriptive phenomenological research methods in the
conduct of the study. The qualitative methodology known as
phenomenology is thus an apt approach to inquiry by nurse
researchers seeking to examine ‘experience’. Particularly
because the main focus in a phenomenological study is indeed,
experience(s). Descriptive phenomenology used to reach true
meanings through engaging in-depth into reality (Laverty,
2003; Lopez & Willis, 2004). Husserl valued the experience of
phenomenon as perceived by human consciousness which should
be an object of scientific study (Lopez & Willis, 2004). One
of the important assumptions of Husserlian descriptive
phenomenology is bracketing in which the researcher should
declare personal biases, assumptions, and presuppositions and
put them aside (Gearing, 2004). The aim of this is to keep
what is already known about the description of the phenomenon
separately from participants' description.). Husserl believed
University of the Cordilleras

College of Nursing

Appendix A.

Letter for the Dean of the College of Nursing

Judith Odanee G. Magwilang

Dean College of Nursing

Dear Dean Magwilang,

Greetings!

The researcher are requesting for your approval to


conduct the study entitled Communication Barriers
Experiences: Foreign Student Nurses of the University of the
Cordilleras”. This will be conducted inside the university
premises. This study aims to gather data of the foreign
student nurses experiences on communication barriers on how
they cope with communication barriers.

Thank you and more power.

Sincerely,

Level III, Section 3-Group A

Abalos, April Joy G. Casem, Alden Nichole M.

Adio, Ahisat A. Madarang, Desiree B.

Ayengan, Rejean M. Melis, La Nelle J.

Babalola, Ebunoluwa E. Saludo, Rogie R.

Belgica, Shayne Iris A. Salungasing, Ivy R.


Appendix B.

Letter to the Respondents

Dear Respondents,

The researcher are making a research entitled


“Communication Experiences of foreign Senior Student Nurses
with the Pediatric Client”. The study focuses in determining
the experience of senior foreign student nurses in
communicating with their patient in the pediatric ward.

In this regard we would like to get you as one of the


respondent and to answer the questions as honestly as
possible.

The interview will be conducted on your most convenient


time place and date. You may end the interview anytime should
you feel that the interview is causing you any discomfort and
stress.

Rest assured that all data gathered from you shall


remain with strict anonymity and confidentiality.

Thank you for your consideration and we know that you


share with us the interest and enthusiasm in helping promote
the cause of research and knowledge.

Sincerely,
Shayne Iris A. Belgica
Group Representative on Locale and Population
Section 3, Group A
Noted:
Judith Odanee G. Magwilang
Research Adviser
Appendix C

Letter to the University of the Cordilleras Research and

Innovation Center

Engr. Nathaniel Vincent Lubrica

Director Research and Innovation Center


Dear Engr. Lubrica,

Greetings,

We the researchers, of Group A Level 3 student nurses of


the university college of nursing will be conducting a
research study entitled “Communication Experiences of foreign
Senior Student Nurses with the Pediatric Client”.

In this regard, we would like to request for an ethics review


of our research to comply with one of the requirements of the
college prior to data gathering.

Thank you for your consideration and we know that you share
with us the interest and enthusiasm in helping promote the
cause of research and knowledge.

Sincerely,

Desiree B. Madarang

Group Representative on Ethics

Section 3, Group A

Noted:

Judith Odanee G. Magwilang

Research Adviser
Appendix D

Interview Guide Question:

1. Tell me your experiences as a foreign student nurse when

communicating with your pediatric client?

2. What are the challenges that you experience or encounter

when communicating with your pediatric client?

3. Tell me your experiences in terms of time spent when

communicating with your client in pediatric client?

3.1. a. Tell me about your experience in the pediatric

ward?

3.2. b. How do you prefer to build rapport with a

pediatric client?

3.3. c. What are your strength and weaknesses in

handling a pediatric client?

3.4. d. What duty experience has been the most

memorable to you in pediatric client?


Matrix of the Interview

Interview Response Sub-Theme Theme

Question
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Ethics Review Committee

ETHICS REVIEW APPLICATION FORM

Title of Project
Communication Experiences of
Foreign Senior Student Nurses
with the Pediatric Client
Type of Project Thesis Undergraduate
(GIA, Loads-off, Externally Funded)
Name of Proponent/s APRIL JOY G. ABALOS, AHISAT A.
ADIO, REJEAN M. AYENGAN,
EBUNOLUWA E. BABALOLA,SHAYNE IRIS
A. BELGICA,ALDEN NICHOLE M. CASEM
, DESIREE B. MADARANG, LA NELLE
J. MELIS, ROGIE R. SALUDO, IVY R.
SALUNGASING
College/Department Nursing

Contact Information 09072880887


Email address and phone number Shayneirisbelgica@gmail.com
Kind of Review Needed Expidited

I hereby acknowledge the need for my research to undergo ethics review and
I am willing to respond to any queries and deliberations from the committee as
considered necessary for the improvement of my research.

Application submitted by: Application received by:

Signature over printed name Signature over printed name


Date: Date:

N.B. Pertinent documents and UC-ERC Form 2 should be attached herewith.

This section to be accomplished by the UC-ERC Secretariat


Approved for Ethics Review
Resubmit Documents/Submit additional documents
Disapproved for Ethics Review
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Ethics Review Committee

PARTICIPANT INFORMED CONSENT

COMMUNICATION EXPERIENCES OF FOREIGN SENIOR STUDENT NURSES WITH THE PEDIATRIC


CLIENT
You are being invited to participate in a research study entitled
Communication Barriers Experiences: Foreign Student Nurses of the
University of the Cordilleras. This study being conducted by BSN III
Section 3 Group A is aimed to gather data of the foreign student nurses
experiences on communication barriers on how they cope with
communication barriers.
There are no known risks if you decide to participate in this research
study. There are no costs to you for participating in the study. On the
other hand, there will be no monetary compensation to be given for your
involvement in the study.

The information you provide will determine the general benefits to you
and others. The interview/questionnaire will take about 10-15 minutes to
complete. The information collected may not benefit you directly, but the
information learned in this study should provide more general benefits to
you and the community.

The data collection conducted follows an ethical procedure wherein your


identity will be considered anonymous. Do not write your name on the
questionnaire. This will assure you that no one will be able to identify
you or associate your answers to your identity. Likewise, no one will
know whether or not you participated in this study. Should the data be
published or disseminated, no individual information will be disclosed.

Your participation in this study is voluntary. You are free to decline to


answer to participate in case you do not wish for any reason. Should you
wish to withdraw from the study, you may verbalize your intent to the
researches and/or return the unfinished questionnaire.

In case of an injury or any health-related concerns during the data


gathering, the researchers will be assisting the respondent to the nearest
clinic or medical facility.
If you have any questions about the study, please contact:
<NAME>
Project Leader
Contact Information
RESEARCH ETHICS COMMITTEE:
<NAME>
Chairperson, UC–Institutional Ethics Review Committee
University of the Cordilleras, Baguio City
442-3316 local 148
<NAME>
Director, Research & Innovation Center
University of the Cordilleras, Baguio City
442-3316 local 136
UC-VPAA-RDC-PIC_IERC
April 2016 Rev.00
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