The Correlations among Leadership, Staff Organization and Meaningful Recognition of Nurses’ Self-Efficacies toward the Management of Neonatal Resuscitation
Keywords:Leadership, Staff Organization, Meaningful Recognition, Self-Efficacy
Background: Self-efficacy is defined as an individual’s belief to act. Neonatal resuscitation is a treatment
of a newborn infant that requires team collaboration and movement precision. The leadership, staff
organization and meaningful recognition are required to have good teamwork. It could increase the success
rate of neonatal resuscitation. This research aims to determine the correlations among leadership, staff and
meaningful recognition to self-efficacy among nurses in the neonatal resuscitation management.
Method: This quantitative study method applied a cross-sectional approach. The participants were selected
using a random sampling technique. The respondents were 75 nurses that met the inclusion criteria. The data
was collected by a questionnaire for the nurses in the NICU room and the hospital’s perinatology. The data
was analyzed by the Pearson product-moment correlation.
Results: The findings showed correlations among leadership, staff organization and meaningful recognition
of the self-efficacy among the nurses in promoting neonatal resuscitation. The leadership obtains a p score
= 0.000 (<0.05). Staff organization obtains a p score = 0.000 (<0.05). Meaningful recognition obtains a p
score = 0.000 (<0.05).
Conclusion: Thus, self-efficacy could be improved by involving the roles of the hospital’s management
within the work-environment setting. It includes leadership, staff and meaningful recognition