Evaluation of Nurse Manager Performance of Planning in Middle Euphrates Governorates Hospitals


  • Murtada AL-Jebory University of Kufa
  • Mohammed Khalifa University of Baghdad


Nurse Manager, Evaluation, Planning, Performance


Objective(s): The objective of the study to evaluate the nurse manager performance of planning in hospitals. Methodology: A descriptive "Evolutional" design was carried out to determine the quality of nurse manager role performance of planning in middle Euphrates governorates hospitals. Non-probability sampling was performed. Convenient sampling of (62) nurse manager was selected of the middle Euphrates governorates hospitals. Through extensive review of relevant literature, a questionnaire was constructed for the purpose of the study. A pilot study is conducted in order to determine the reliability of the study instrument which was used for measuring the determination of quality of nurse manager administrative role performance in middle Euphrates governorates hospitals. The study was conducted for the period of June 2nd, 2013 through June 30th, 2013. Data were analyzed through the application of the descriptive statistical data analysis approach (frequency, percentage, mean) and inferential statistical data analysis approach (t-test, person correlation coefficient, stepwise logistic multiple regression, Spearman Brown, chi-square). Results: The findings of the study indicated that through the course of data analysis more than one half of the study sample are in Babylon governorate, the most hospitals are distributed in the city center rather than in the city side or in rural areas, the males nurses are more attend to working as an administrative nurse than the female nurses, the study sample responses to overall evaluation for the majority of the administrative nurse managers' role and duties is highly significant, study subjects overall responses to the planning function performance are highly significant. Conclusion: The study concludes that the nurse managers have a good opportunity to continue their education, because they are to the top working side by management, The nurse managers have a good level of performance relative to their managerial roles and duties, and Working as managers in teaching hospital increases their knowledge about the planning function determine the quality of nurse manager performance.. Recommendations: The study recommended that the Further studies should be conducted to involve a larger geographical area in Iraq, The Ministry of Health should apply a continuing education courses for the nurse managers to increase their knowledge and performance about the managerial roles and duties especially in the non-teaching hospitals, and Management courses should be developed and improved to increase students' managerial knowledge and performance


Download data is not yet available.

Author Biographies

Murtada AL-Jebory, University of Kufa

College of Nursing

Mohammed Khalifa, University of Baghdad

Community Health Nursing Department, College of Nursing




How to Cite

AL-Jebory, M. ., & Khalifa, M. . (2022). Evaluation of Nurse Manager Performance of Planning in Middle Euphrates Governorates Hospitals . Kufa Journal for Nursing Sciences, 5(1), 198–205. Retrieved from https://journal.uokufa.edu.iq/index.php/kjns/article/view/3165