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HEMŞİRELERİN MESLEK VE İŞ DOYUMLARI HAKKINDAKİ GÖRÜŞLERİ: BİR KALİTATİF ÇALIŞMA

Year 2015, Volume 4, Issue 2, 79 - 84, 31.08.2015

Abstract



AMAÇ: Bu çalışmanın amacı hemşirelerin meslek ve iş doyumları ile ilgili görüşlerinin belirlenmesidir.

YÖNTEMLER: Hemşirelerin meslek ve iş doyumları ile ilgili görüşlerini belirlemek için kalitatif yaklaşım kullanılmıştır. Kalitatif tanımlayıcı çalışmada yarı yapılandırılmış görüşme yöntemi kullanılmıştır. Çalışmadaki katılımcıları bir üniversite hastanesinden 20 hemşire oluşturmaktadır. Çalışmaya alınma kriteri tüm hemşirelerin meslekte en az 5 yıl deneyimlerinin olmasıdır. Kalitatif veriler odak grup görüşmesi kullanılarak toplanmıştır. Görüşme süresince katılımcılara meslek ve iş doyumları ile ilgili düşüncelerini soran üç soru sorulmuş ve katılımcılardan izin alınarak kayıt yapılmıştır. Veriler tematik analiz kullanılarak sistematik olarak analiz edilmiştir.

BULGULAR: Katılımcıların yaş ortalaması 30.3 ve tüm hemşirelerin lisans derecesine sahiptir. Katılımcıların çoğu mesleklerini isteyerek seçmediklerini belirtmişlerdir. Bazı katılımcılara göre hemşirelik mesleği toplum için yeteri kadar iyi değildir. Genellikle hemşireler düşük iş doyumu seviyesinde olduklarını belirtmişlerdir.


SONUÇ: Katılımcı hemşirelerin iş ve meslek doyumu ile ilgili görüşleri, meslek seçimini, iş stresini, hemşire açığını, yöneticilerin tutumunu, diğer sağlık personeli, doktorlar ve toplum içindeki hemşirelik imajını içermektedir.


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NURSES’ VIEWS ON THEIR PROFESSION AND JOB SATISFACTION: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

Year 2015, Volume 4, Issue 2, 79 - 84, 31.08.2015

Abstract



OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to explore in nurses’ views on the profession and job satisfaction.


METHODS: A qualitative approach was used to explore nurse’s views related to their profession and job satisfaction. This qualitative descriptive study was conducted using semi-structured interview guide. The study participants consisted of 20 nurses from an university hospital. All nurses had baccalaureate degrees in nursing. The inclusion criteria for this study stipulated that all nurses had at least 5 years of experience of the job. Qualitative data were collected by using focus group interviews. During the interview, participants were asked to respond to three questions about their perceptions related to their profession and job satisfaction and the audio recording is made within the permission of the participants. Data were studied systematically by using thematic analysis.


RESULTS: The age range of participants was 30,3 and all nurses had baccalaureate degrees in nursing. Most of the participants indicated that they didn’t prefer their job voluntarily. Some of the participant’s opinion about the position of the nursing profession is not so good for public. Generally the nurses reported low levels of job satisfaction.

CONCLUSION: Participant nurses’ views related to their profession and job satisfaction includes choice of profession, job stress, shortfall of nurses’ number, attitudes of managers and image of nursing among the public, doctors and the other health personnel.


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  • 2. Humpel N, Caputi P. Exploring the relationship between work stres, years of experience and emotional competency using a sample of Australian mental health nurses. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. (2001);8:399–403.
  • 3. Yuksel I. An Analysis of the effects of variables concerning job difficulty of nurses on job satisfaction, Job tension, and organizational commitment. Fırat University Journal of Social Science. (2003);13(1):261-72.
  • 4. Baxter V. Nurses perceptions of their role and skills in a medium secure unit. British Journal of Nursing. (2002);11:1312–1321.
  • 5. Takase M, Kershaw E, Burt L. Experience before and throughout the nursing career. Nurse-environment misfit and nursing practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing. (2001);35,819–26.
  • 6. Demerouti E, Bakker AB, Nachreiner F, Schaufeli WB. A model of burnout and life satisfaction amongst nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing. (2000); 32: 454–464.
  • 7. Misener TR, Cox DL. Development of the Misener nurse practitioner job satisfaction scale. Journal of Nursing Measurement. (2001);9: 91–108.
  • 8. Fisher C. Why do lay people believe that satisfaction and performance are correlated? Possible sources of commonsense theory. Journal of Organizational Behavior. (2003);24:753–777.
  • 9. Cimete G, Gencalp N, Keskin G. Quality of life and job satisfaction of nurses. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, (2003);18(2):151–158.
  • 10. Flanagan NA, Flanagan TJ. An analysis of the relationship between job satisfaction and job stress in correctional nurses. Research in Nursing & Health. (2002);24(4):282–294.
  • 11. Van Der Doef M, Mbazzi FB, Verhoeven C. Job conditions, job satisfaction, somatic complaints and burnout among East African nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing. (2012);21(11-12): 1763-1775.
  • 12. Tzeng, H, Ketefian S, Redman R. Relationship of nurses assessment of organizational culture, job satisfaction and patient satisfaction with nursing care. International Journal of Nursing Studies. (2002);39(1):79–84.
  • 13. Djukic M, Kovner CT, Brewer CS, Fatehi FK, Cline DD. Work environment factors other than staffing associated with nurses’ ratings of patient care quality. Journal of Nursing Administration, (2012);42(10):17-26.
  • 14. Ramomoorthy N, Flood PC. Employee attitudes and behavioural intentions: A test of the main and moderating effects of individualism-collectivism orientations. Human Relations, (2002); 55(9): 1071-96.
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  • 23. Mooney M, Glacken M, O’Brien F. Choosing nursing as a career: A qualitative study. Nurse Education Today. (2008); 28 385-92.
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  • 25. Law W, Arthur D. What factors influence Hong Kong school students in their choice of a career in nursing? International Journal of Nursing Studies. (2003);40(1):23-32.
  • 26. Lu H, While AE, Barriball KL. Job satisfaction among nurses: A literature review. International Journal of Nursing Studies. (2005);42:211-27.
  • 27. Durmuş S, Günay O. Factors affecting job satisfaction and anxiety levels in the nurses. Erciyes Medical Journal, (2007); 29(2): 139-146.
  • 28. Mrayyan MT. Nurse job satisfaction and retention: comparing public to private hospitals in Jordan. Journal of Nursing Management, (2005);13:40-50.
  • 29. Altuntaş S, Baykal U. Factors influencing Turkish hospital nurses' attitudes towards their profession. Contemporary Nurse, (2010);35(1):114-127.
  • 30. Kovner C, Brewer C, Wu YW, Cheng Y, Suzuki M. Factors associated with work satisfaction of registered nurses. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. (2006); 38(1): 71-79.

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Gülay İpek ÇOBAN This is me
Atatürk Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi, Hemşirelik Esasları Ana Bilim Dalı, Erzurum


Meltem ŞİRİN This is me
Atatürk Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi, Hemşirelik Esasları Ana Bilim Dalı, Erzurum


Esin KAVURAN This is me
Atatürk Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi, Hemşirelik Esasları Ana Bilim Dalı, Erzurum

Publication Date August 31, 2015
Application Date December 22, 2014
Acceptance Date February 24, 2015
Published in Issue Year 2015, Volume 4, Issue 2

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APA Çoban, G. İ. , Şirin, M. & Kavuran, E. (2015). HEMŞİRELERİN MESLEK VE İŞ DOYUMLARI HAKKINDAKİ GÖRÜŞLERİ: BİR KALİTATİF ÇALIŞMA . Balıkesir Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi , 4 (2) , 79-84 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/balikesirsbd/issue/38435/452308

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