Satisfaction with Nursing Care Quality of Post-operative Home-visiting Program at Palestinian Medical Relief Society Ahmad Alraee Author
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Master's Thesis from the year 2019 in the subject Medicine - Hospital Environment, Clinical Medicine, grade: 81.2%, Islamic University of Gaza, language: English, abstract: The aim of the study was to assess the level of satisfaction with nursing care provided through post-operative home-visits program launched by Palestinian Medical Relief Society during Great March of Return. Great March of Return is a new term in the Palestinian community, when huge numbers of Palestinian in Gaza Strip decided to go back for their original historical land. The researcher used descriptive, analytical, cross-sectional design. The study sample was proportional stratified sample, consisted of 294 participants from the five governorates of Gaza Strip, North of Gaza, Gaza city, the Middle area, Khanyounis and Rafah. The Patients' Satisfaction with Nursing Care Quality Questionnaire-Arabic version (17-items) was used to collect data. A pilot study on 30 participants conducted to examine the validity and reliability of the questionnaire, and Cronbache alpha coefficient was 0.960. The study highlights the valuable benefits of the home-based visits program launched by PMRS, and the need for expansion of this program to reach higher number of injured individuals.

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