Student’s Perceived External Prestige (PEP) In Teaching Hospital

Muchlis, Nurmiati and Suhariyadi, Fendy and Damayanti, Nyoman Anita and Yusuf, Ah (2017) Student’s Perceived External Prestige (PEP) In Teaching Hospital. Journal of Applied Science And Research, 5 (2). pp. 7-11. ISSN 2348-0416

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Some colleges have health faculty are also completed by hospital facility in supporting the given education. The hospital facility is used as either supporting teaching and learning process. In fact, the students’ interest for using health facility is still less, even the provided facilities have not become a main choice in medical treatment. The purpose of this research was describing student’s Perceived External Prestige (PEP) in teaching hospital. Population of this research was all of bachelor students who were in II – VI semester either from health faculty or non-health faculty, were 370 students. Furthermore, this research was categorized as quantitative research by descriptive survey approach. The survey was conducted in foremost private college in 2015. The result of this research showed that student’s Perceived External Prestige (PEP) toward teaching hospital most likely in a good category (70,8%) students. However, the researcher of this research hoped for next researcher to develop other variables in his or her research and even he or she did not only use the students as the respondents. Besides, the researcher also hoped for the management of teaching hospital either gave prime service for users of health service or improved partnership with the college.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Depositing User: Dr. Ah. Yusuf Yusuf
Date Deposited: 01 Aug 2017 08:52
Last Modified: 01 Aug 2017 08:52

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