The Impact of Internal Evaluation on the Education Quality of Nursing Group of Zabol University of Medical Sciences
Farzad Afshari, Hamid Heydarzahi2 Javad Afshari
This study has been conducted to examine and determine the impact of internal evaluation on education quality of nursing group in Zabol University of Medical Sciences, Iran. This is descriptive study with correlational approach. Statistical population of this study consists of all members of nursing college (students, faculty members, staffs) that their number is equal to 200 members and statistical sample size obtained to 132 members based on Cochrane formula that has been chosen using simple random sampling method. Simple random sampling method was applied in this research to select members of nursing college (students, faculty members, staffs). Measurement instrument was a researcher-made questionnaire that consists of 35 questions in which, factors affecting education quality of nursing group of Nursing College of Zabol University of Medical Sciences have been examined. To determine validity and reliability of questionnaire, internal evaluation questionnaires were evaluated based on the analysis of a 30-member sample through SPSS software under the supervision of professional professors and Cronbach’s alpha obtained to 0.89. Pearson Correlation Coefficient and regression were used for data analysis. Results obtained from data analysis show that there is a significant relationship between components of internal evaluation (scientific cooperation, objectives, creativity, program and bylaw, academic activities, information technology, and faculty members) and quality of education and of these components, objectives and creativity have the highest and lowest effect on quality of education, respectively.