Research may be the most unpalatable menu in a student’s academic restaurant but Vice President for Research, Development and Extension (VP-RDE)- Dr. Milabel Enriquez-Ho urged student nurses to engage in research as it forms a part of the evidence-based practice of the nursing profession. This was said during the 3rd College of Nursing Research Forum held at the Dr. Juanito Bruno Gymnasium on January 27.
The following faculty researches were presented during the forum: Primary Health Care Services for the Samals in the City of Zamboanga by Sarah S. Taupan, DPA; and Disaster Risk Management Capability of Front-liners of the City of Zamboanga by Rommel N. Rosaldo, DPA. For the graduate research: Fender’s Theory in the Care of Individuals with Health Risk Behaviors by Rubelle Marshah E. Ho.
While for the student researches, the following were presented: Perception of Parents On The Integration of Sex Education in the Intermediate Level by Danalyn R. Echem et. al; Creation of a Monitoring Task Force for a Smoke-Free College of Nursing by Tsiedini C. Laja and Christine Joy G. Gil, et. al; Self-Regulatory Skills Program for Children with Asthma by Rosseallane F. Timosa and Ronil Jan M. Talaver, et. al; Factors Affecting the Clinical Performance of Third Year Nursing Students in Private and Public Schools in Zamboanga City by Fatimah Al-Zahra T. Dihi and Ronald Cszar F. Villano, et. al; and Strategies in the Implementation of DOH Breastfeeding Protocol Among Non-Compliant Mothers by Roselito P. Emia. (Ekeena O. Lim, PAO-WMSU)