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MABLE NAKIYINJI FATIMA ABDULRAZAK HOODO AHMED NIMA OMAR DEBORAH NAKIWALA GIFT KEMIGABO WENDY SEKINDI MARYAM

DAUD WARSAME SONIA NAMATOVU

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The following are three topics that the group came up with? Factors influencing performance of Nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District? Factors affecting waste management in Kampala city? Influence of Human Resource Department in management of Pubic health center IIIs in Kampala?

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(a) which is Factors influencing performance of Nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District

The quality of Health care service delivery in Public Health center IIIs in Uganda has been under intense scrutiny with more and more patients complaining of poor customer care especially from Nurses(AMB Diemen 2009).

This study seeks to investigate the factors that determine Nurses performance in Public Hospitals, of recent, the Health sector has been under scrutiny for its poor handling of patients, many patients are complaining of un timely services and slow response from Nurses. This study will help us identify what causes the decline of performance of nurses and give recommendations on how to foster job engagement and motivate Nurses to perform in a professional manner.

They should be measurable and specific. They must be attainable and feasible. They should be able to be accomplished in the specific time frame. Each objective must be clearly phrased. The operational words should be to compare, to describe, to identify avoid words such as to study. It should clearly show the people involved in the study, where it will be done and the time frame.

General objective : To investigate the factors that influence performance of Nurses in Public Health centre IIIs in Kampala District. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. To assess the influence of socio-economic factors on performance of Nurses in Public health centre IIIs in Kampala District To examine role of nurses individual factors in performance of nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District. To identify Health facility factors that influence performance of nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District.

The dependent variable is Performance of Nurses and the independent variables are socio-economic factors, individual factors and Organizational factors.

What socio-economic factors influence performance of Nurses in Public health centre IIIs in Kampala District? What role does nurses individual factors play in influencing the performance of nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District? How do Health Facility factors influence performance of nurses in Public health center IIIs in Kampala District?

Systematic identification and location and analysis of documents concerning information related to the research problem.

To find out what has already been done on the topic and the perspective of methods and to find out problems, which remain unsolved. Prevents duplication of work Identifies what the researcher takes to be key issues, the crucial questions and the obvious gaps in the current state of knowledge. It forms the foundation upon which all future work in this area will be built

It serves to introduce readers to the findings relating to your research question and to justify the need for your project. It forms early chapters of a research report for the orientation of the reader and prevents pointless repetition of research It helps the researcher to know in detail all related research projects in progress but not yet reported

Journals. Internet Other dissertations On-line material

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Secondary Sources

Original work by a person who conducted the study Eyewitnesses Original documents Periodicals: Journals, dissertations/theses

Publication written by an author who did not actually conduct the research:
Books Reports Newspapers The prints-journals, textbooks On-line material

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Factors affecting the performance of maternal health care providers in Armenia. http://www.human-resourceshealth.com Background: Over the last five years, international development organizations began to modify and adapt the conventional Performance Improvement Model for use in low-resource settings. This model outlines the five key factors believed to influence performance outcomes: job expectations, performance feedback, environment and tools, motivation and incentives, and knowledge and skills. Each of these factors should be supplied by the organization in which the provider works, and thus, organizational support is considered as an overarching element for analysis.

2. The match between motivation and performance management of health sector workers in Mali. This article is available from: http://www.humanresources-health.com 3. The International Journal of Health Care Assurance, talks about performance of Nurses in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. https://www.emeraldinsight.com

4. Annual Health Sector Performance Report 2010/2011. includes information of health quality outputs and service delivery in Uganda

STUDY POPULATION: This is the target population from which a sample with definitive features will be selected, it is a population to which findings of sample will be generalized. SAMPLE POPULATION: Group selected

for investigation from the population

INCLUSION CRITERIA: these are characteristics that the prospective subjects must have if they are included in the study. EXCLUSION CRITERIA: these are characteristics that disqualify prospective subjects.

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Inclusion criteria: registered nurses, working the day shift. Exclusion criteria: nursing assistants, registered nurses that work the night shift.

1.The study population: The study population is considered because it is from which the sampling frame is obtained and findings to be generalized. 2. Statistic(s) and parameter(s): Statistic is a characteristic of sample while a parameter is a characteristic of a population. This implies that in the calculation of the sample size of a population, both the characteristics of the sample and that of population are put into consideration.

3.Sampling frame : The listing of the accessible population from which you'll draw your sample is called the sampling frame . 4.Accuracy: In any research, there is need to be as more correct as possible to minimize errors arising from the study. In calculating the sample size, the degree of correctness of the findings is taken into account

5.Population size: The larger the population the larger the sample size and vice-versa

Sampling procedure. Define the population Frame the population Choose the sample design Draw the sample Execute the research

1.Define the population: This is the target population from which a sample with definitive features will be selected 2. Frame the population: This is the list of elements from which the potential respondents are drawn. 3. Choose the sample design: This is the technique employed by the researcher to obtain sampling.