Event Title

Content Validity: A Measure of Knowledge, Attitude, Behaviors, and Experiences of Muslims from the Nurse Perspective

Faculty Advisor

Amanda Hopkins

Graduation Year

2020

Location

Room E101, Center for Natural Sciences, Illinois Wesleyan University

Start Date

4-4-2020 11:30 AM

End Date

4-4-2020 11:45 AM

Description

Problem: Muslim healthcare providers struggle on a daily basis to incorporate religious practices into the work environment and additional anti-Muslim behavior from healthcare leaders and colleagues can lead to burnout, feelings of exhaustion, feelings of exclusion, and potential departure from the nursing profession. Purpose: The aim of this study was to establish reliability and validity of a newly developed instrument designed to measure nurses’ knowledge, attitude, behaviors, and experiences of working with Muslim nurses. Statistical evidence and theoretical relevance of the measure will be used to develop interventions nurses can use to improve the creation of culturally competent healthcare work environments. Method: This project consisted of instrument development and collection of data from content experts to complete data analysis (using SPSS) to establish internal consistency and content validity of the instrument.

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Apr 4th, 11:30 AM Apr 4th, 11:45 AM

Content Validity: A Measure of Knowledge, Attitude, Behaviors, and Experiences of Muslims from the Nurse Perspective

Room E101, Center for Natural Sciences, Illinois Wesleyan University

Problem: Muslim healthcare providers struggle on a daily basis to incorporate religious practices into the work environment and additional anti-Muslim behavior from healthcare leaders and colleagues can lead to burnout, feelings of exhaustion, feelings of exclusion, and potential departure from the nursing profession. Purpose: The aim of this study was to establish reliability and validity of a newly developed instrument designed to measure nurses’ knowledge, attitude, behaviors, and experiences of working with Muslim nurses. Statistical evidence and theoretical relevance of the measure will be used to develop interventions nurses can use to improve the creation of culturally competent healthcare work environments. Method: This project consisted of instrument development and collection of data from content experts to complete data analysis (using SPSS) to establish internal consistency and content validity of the instrument.