Key Success Factors and Motivation Affecting the Care of Patients with Tuberculosis of Health Personnel in Primary Care Units
Keywords:Key success factors, Care of patients with Tuberculosis, Primary care units
This research is a cross-sectional descriptive aimed to study key success factors and motivation affecting
the care of patients with tuberculosis of health personnel in primary care units Nongbualamphu province,
Thailand. The populations were 89 health personnel and 12 key informants. The content validity of the
questionnaire was evaluated by three experts with an IOC greater than 0.50 and Cronbach’s Correlation
Coefficient was 0.97 and In-Depth interview guidelines for the qualitative. Data was collected between 4th
January 2021 and 25th January 2021.
The results of the study showed that five factors including; 1) motivation factor in responsibility 2)
Hygiene Factor in policy and management 3) key success factor in the startup in areas that are ready and
willing to participation 4) Hygiene Factor in a relationship with supervisors, subordinates, co-workers and
5) Hygiene Factor in salary and compensation affecting and could joint predict the care for tuberculosis
patients in primary care at 75.0 percentage (R2 = 0.750, p-value <0.001). In conclusion, key success factors
and motivation affecting the care of patients with tuberculosis of health personnel in primary care units.
Therefore, the health personnel should be developed in terms of work priorities, working process that led
to the intention to work, awareness of their roles and responsibilities Including promoting participation in
policymaking on tuberculosis work.
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