Volume : 10, Issue : 05, May – 2023



Authors :

FouziaAmanullah, Najma Shaheen, Ghulam Fizza

Abstract :

Introduction: When nurses are empowered they participate actively and play a productive role in their working environment and society.
Objective: “Role of nursing association in empowering of nursing in Gujranwala DHQ Teaching Hospital Sialkot.
Materials & methods: It was descriptive, quantitative, cross-sectional study in nature in which 20 nurses included. Self-administered questionnaires were used to collect the data from the participants.
Results: There were 20 nurses appeared in the study with an age range of 20 years to 50 years old. 90% respondents reported their job was providing challenging work whereas only 45% participants said that their current job was providing chance to gain new skills and knowledge and 80% revealed new tasks were also assigned to them and it was the contribution of nursing association to improve their working conditions at the workplace. 70% participants were strongly agree that their current environment empowered them to accomplish their jobs effectively and efficiently and 30% participants were agreed.
Conclusion: Majority of the participants revealed an effective role of nursing association in improving their workplace environment. Consequently, role of nursing association found to be effective in terms of providing challenging working environment, motivating them, providing opportunities to take innovative ideas at the workplace, improving their working conditions, compensation, fringe benefits.
Keywords: Nursing association, motivation, empowerment, working conditions, workplace, competencies etc.

Cite This Article:

Please cite this article in press FouziaAmanullah et al, Role Of Nursing Association In Empowerment Of Nursing In Gujranwala DHQ Teaching Hospital Sialkot., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2023; 10 (05).

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