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Title: การยอมรับค่านิยมหลักกรมการแพทย์ของบุคลากรโรงพยาบาลประสาทเชียงใหม่
Other Titles: Acceptance of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values of Officers at Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital
Authors: ปฐมาวดี จงรักษ์
วรารัตน์ โพธิสมบัติ
Keywords: ค่านิยมหลัก
กรมการแพทย์
บุคลากร
โรงพยาบาลประสาทเชียงใหม่
Issue Date: Jul-2558
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The purposes of this independent research study were to examine the level of acceptance in symbolic adoption and use of innovation of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values of Officers at Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital and to explore personal factors affecting the acceptance in symbolic adoption and use of innovation of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values of Officers at Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital. Questionnaires were used as the research tools to collect data from a sample consisting of 178 officers. Data were analyzed by using frequency, percentage, average, standard deviation including Independent Samples t-test and One -Way ANOVA. Regarding the results, it was found that the levels of acceptance both in symbolic adoption and use of innovation of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values of Officers at Chiang Mai Neurological Hospital were at high levels. The differences in personal factors including gender, age, highest education, average monthly income, staff categories, and group cluster had no effect on acceptance in symbolic adoption and use of innovation of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values. However, differences in period of employment affected the acceptance in symbolic adoption of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values by the officers who had periods of employment of 31 years and above officers, and with between 0-10 years employment had higher acceptance in symbolic adoption of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values than those with periods of employment between 11-20 years at a significant level 0.05. However, difference in period of employment had no effect on acceptance in use of innovation of Department of Medical Services’s Core Values. Recommendations from this study are as follows: 1. The administration officers should act as leaders in applying the Department of Medical Services’s Core Values in work life. 2. The activities should be promoted continuously throughout the year by emphasizing the participation of officers at all levels 3. Create a culture which emphasizes the importance of ​​ the Department of Medical Services’s Core Values. 4. Build knowledge and understanding in regulation of the Department of Medical Services’s Core Values. 5. Officers should be allowed to comment about work in an open platform to facilitate cooperation between the administration and officers.
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