Measuring The Resemblance On Knowledge And Attitude Of Team Building Activities Amongst Health Workers In NigeriaJournal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.2, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2013-11-15
Authors : Aronu; C. O.; Bilesanmi; A. O.; Aronu; F. I.;
Page : 242-248
Keywords : Keywords States; significance level; acceptance region; positive; negative;
ABSTRACT This study measured the knowledge and attitude of team building activities amongst health workers in Nigeria. The objective of the study is measuring the resemblance on knowledge and attitude of health workers on team building activities in Nigeria using two states as a case. The source of data was questionnaire administered randomly to a sample of 200 workers at Anambra State and a sample of 305 workers at Enugu State. The statistical tool used in this study was the Mantel test statistic. The findings showed a weak negative resemblance on the knowledge of team building activities among health workers at Anambra State and Enugu State with an association of -46.71 and a P-value of 0.87 which falls on the acceptance region of the hypothesis assuming a significance level of 5 26945 0.05. Also it was observed that there exist a strong positive resemblance on the attitude of team building activities among health workers at Anambra State and Enugu State with an association of 74.65 and a P-value of 0.00 which falls on the rejection region of the hypothesis assuming a significance level of 5 26945 0.05. We recommend that the management of health in Anambra state should encourage workshops and programme on team building for the benefit of health workers in the state. We also suggest that the management of health in Enugu should organize retraining programme for workers on team building activities to enhance the output and efficiency of the health sector.
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