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TMR Integrative Nursing  2018, Vol. 2 Issue (3): 123-131    DOI: 10.12032/TMRIN20180721
Meta-analysis     
Correlation between time management disposition and ability confidence of chinese nursing students: a meta-analysis
Meng-Jie Lei1, Ya-Qian Liu1, Ting-Ting Liu1, Ming Sang1, Si-Qi Xiong1, Chang-De Ji2,*()
1Graduate College, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China
2School of Nursing, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Tianjin, China.
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Abstract  

Highlights:

This study integrated the correlation between time management and behavioral self-confidence in nursing student. The correlation varies with the nursing student's area, nursing student's diploma, measurement tools and sample size. These results provided a basis for the improvement of nursing students’ education and clinical capabilities.

Editor’s Summary

To date, there is a lack of studies with large-scale and high quality on the correlation between nurses’ time management and ability self-confidence. This meta-analysis found that time management disposition of nursing students is moderately related to ability confidence, and the association respond to changes in some variables such as area.

Abstract

Objective: To evaluate the correlation between time management disposition and ability confidence of Nursing Students in China through the Pearson correlation coefficient. Methods: Electronic databases including the Cochrane library, PubMed, EMBASE, the Web of Science, CBM, Wanfang, VIP and CNKI were searched from inception to October 2017 to collect literature on the correlation between time manage-ment disposition and ability confidence of Chinese nursing students. The studies were examined according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria. After extracting data and evaluating the quality of the included studies. Meta-analysis was carried out using Stata 12.0 software. Results: A total of 7 articles with 1632 nursing students were included, and the quality of the literature was at medium level. Meta-analysis shown the total score of time management disposition of Chinese nursing students and its three dimensions were related to ability confidence. The summary correlation coefficient between time management disposition and ability confidence was 0.52 (0.43 to 0.59) ; There is a weak correlation between time value and ability confidence (r, 0.33; 95% CI, 0.25 to 0.39); There was a moderate level of correlation between time control and ability confidence (r, 0.49; 95% CI, 0.43 to 0.54); There was a moderate level of correlation between time efficacy and ability confidence (0.47, 0.41, 0.53).And the relevance of nursing time management disposition and behavioral confidence varies with the nursing student's area, nursing student's diploma, measurement tools and sample size. Conclusion: The time management disposition of Chinese nursing students is moderately related to ability confidence. When there are different in nursing students in the area, nursing diploma, measurement tools and sample size, the relevance is very different. The time management disposition of Chinese nursing students and their ability confidence are mutually reinforcing, and the time management disposition and their ability confidence should be further strengthened in the future.



Key wordsNursing      Time management      Ability confidence      Meta-analysis     
Published: 24 September 2018
Corresponding Authors: Ji Chang-De     E-mail: jcd1886@sina.cn
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Meng-Jie Lei, Ya-Qian Liu, Ting-Ting Liu, Ming Sang, Si-Qi Xiong, Chang-De Ji. Correlation between time management disposition and ability confidence of chinese nursing students: a meta-analysis. TMR Integrative Nursing, 2018, 2(3): 123-131.

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Figure 1 Flow diagram of literature retrieval and study selection.
Author Year Area Sample size (Man/Woman) Random sampling method Scale r
Time management Ability confidence
Zhao MY [8] 2015 Guangdong 180 (24/156) iii ATMD SSWQ n.r.
Zang S [9] 2009 Shenyang 271 (0/271) i ATMD GSES 0.423
Du L [10] 2012 Wuhan 257 (71/186) iv ATMD GSES 0.537
Zang S [11] 2008 Liaoning 101 (n.r.) i ATMD GSES 0.447
Wen B [12] 2012 Hebei 105 (0/105) ii ATMD I-ELCS 0.516
Wang HT [13] 2015 Fujian 251 (27/224) i ATMD UAAS 0.62
Qiang XL [14] 2015 Tianjin 467 (23/444) iii ATMD UAAS n.r.
Table 1 Basic characteristics of the included studies
Figure 2 Correlation between time management disposition and ability confidence.
Figure 3 Subgroup analysis based on different location.
Figure 4 Subgroup analysis based on different measurement tools for ability confidence.
Figure 5 Subgroup analysis based on different measurement tools for ability confidence.
Figure 6 Subgroup analysis based on different sample sizes.
Figure 7 Correlation between time value and ability confidence.
Figure 8 Correlation between time monitoring and ability confidence.
Figure 9 Correlation between time efficiency and ability confidence.
Item 1[8] 2[9] 3[10] 4[11] 5[12] 6[13] 7[14]
Whether the source of the data was clarified (survey, literature review) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Whether the inclusion and exclusion criteria of exposed and non-exposed groups was listed, or reference to past publications N N N N N N N
Whether a time period for identifying patients is given Y Y Y N N N N
If the study sample is not all population, whether the subject is continuous Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Whether subjective factors of the evaluator obscure the other aspects of the subject Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Whether describe any assessment to guarantee quality (such as the test/retest of the main outcomes) N N N N N N N
Whether explain the reasons for any patient excluded from the analysis N N N N N N N
Whether describe how to evaluate and/or control confounding factors N N N N N N N
If possible, whether explain how missing data was processed in the analysis N N N N N N N
Whether summarize patient response rates and the completeness of the data collection Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
If there are follow-ups, whether find out expected percentage that the total data of patients are not finished or follow-up results N N N N N N N
Table 2 Methodological quality assessment of included studies
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15.   Hu J, Dong Y, Chen X, et al. Prevalence of suicide attempts among Chinese adolescents: A meta-analysis of cross-sectional studies. Comprehensive Psychiatry 2015, 61: 78.
16.   Kim HY, Kim SY, Seo HW, et al. Time management behavior and self-efficacy in nursing students. Korean Academy of Nursing Administration 2011, 17: 293-300.
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