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j.health 2017, 8(2): 151-159 Back to browse issues page
Survey of "Improving Productivity of Clinical Staffs’ Law" Enforcement in Hospitals Affiliated to Ardabil University of Medical Sciences
G Sadeghi, D Adham , M Panahi, Z Khalili, M Naseri, N Abbasgholizadeh, M Abazari
Ardabil University of Medical Sciences
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Background & objectives: Achievement on improving nursing care quality has always been considered by administrators. "Improving the productivity of clinical staffs’ law" has been adopted to address nurses' problems and providing better services to the patients. This study aimed to investigate the situation of this law enforcement.

Methods: The study population is all the administrators and clinical staffs employed in 4 hospitals affiliated to Ardabil University of Medical Sciences. The subjects were selected by both census (for administrators; n=52) and simple random sampling (for clinical staffs: n=300) methods. Data were collection using a researcher made questionnaire. Data collection tools reliability and validity were evaluated through content validity and test–re-test method, respectively. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistics and spearman, Mann-Whitney & Kruskal-Wallis tests.

Results: Mean attitude scores among administrators and clinical staffs were 3.27±0.70 and 3.35±0.64, respectively. Among the factors affecting attitude, improving working conditions (3.48±1.00) in perspective of managers and increasing the quality of services (3.45±0.87) in perspective of clinical staffs were the most important factors on creating a positive attitude. The most important weakness of the law enforcement in perspective of both staffs and administrators was shortage of clinical staffs. Clinical staffs’ age, sex, marital status, employment history, education level, and type of employment had significant relationships with the attitude and satisfaction scores (p< 0.05).

Conclusion: Enforcement of "improving productivity of clinical staffs’ law" has had advantages for the majority of clinical staffs and it can resolve many of their concerns subject to modification made in employment system, improving work conditions based on the needs, and implementing incentive programs. It can also be effective on improving productivity of nurses and thereby improves the health system.

Keywords: Nurse, Hospital, Productivity, Improving the Productivity of Clinical Staffs’ Law.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2017/03/13 | Accepted: 2017/03/13 | Published: 2017/03/13
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Sadeghi G, Adham D, Panahi M, Khalili Z, Naseri M, Abbasgholizadeh N et al . Survey of "Improving Productivity of Clinical Staffs’ Law" Enforcement in Hospitals Affiliated to Ardabil University of Medical Sciences . j.health. 2017; 8 (2) :151-159
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