1. Occupational Stress and How to Confront It: A Case Study of a Hospital in Shiraz

Tahereh Shafaghat; Mohammad Kazem Rahimi Zarchi; Zahra Kavosi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2018, , Pages 64-68

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2018.13

Abstract
  Background: Although all jobs can be stressful, occupational stress is an important issue in jobs that deal with human health. Evidence indicates that nursing is a stressful occupation. Objective: This research evaluated factors affecting occupational stress and strategies for coping with it. Methods: ...  Read More

2. Factors That Influence Nurses’ Work-Family Conflict, Job Satisfaction, and Intention to Leave in a Private Hospital in Turkey

Dilek Ekici; Kamuran Cerit; Tugba Mert

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 102-108

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.25

Abstract
  Introduction: Nurses who have difficulty balancing their family role and responsibilities because of intense work pressure tend to leave their current jobs to work in organizations which offer better working conditions, lower workloads, and more managerial support. Objective: This study aimed to determine ...  Read More

3. Nurses’ Perception of Organisational Justice and its Effect on Bullying Behaviour in the Hospitals of Turkey

Hanım Seyrek; Dilek Ekici

Volume 2, Issue 3 , Summer 2017, , Pages 72-78

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.19

Abstract
  Background: The ‘Organizational Justice’ concept is used in order to determine whether the administrator is fair to his personnel or not. It is said that those who get bullied are usually terrorized, annoyed, excluded, belittled, deprived of resources, isolated and prevented from claiming ...  Read More

4. Nursing Workloads and Psychological Empowerment in Hospitals: Structural Equations Modeling

Parvin Ebrahimi; Zainab Malmoon; Rouhollah Zaboli

Volume 2, Issue 3 , Summer 2017, , Pages 84-89

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.21

Abstract
  Background: The high workload of nurses in hospitals has been identified as a patient safety and worker stress problem. Psychological empowerment is a motivational concept demonstrated in four dimensions: meaning, competence, self-determination, and impact. Objective: This study investigated the relationship ...  Read More

5. Using Linear Regression to Identify Critical Demographic Variables Affecting Patient Safety Culture From Viewpoints of Physicians and Nurses

Chih-Yi Chi; Hsin-Hung Wu; Chih-Hsuan Huang; Yii-Ching Lee

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, , Pages 47-53

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.12

Abstract
  Background: The issues of patient safety and healthcare quality have become increasingly important around the world since the 1990s. Many hospitals manage to reduce the number of adverse events (AEs) that can threaten patient safety in healthcare organizations. Assessing the existing patient safety culture ...  Read More

6. Perception of Nurses Regarding Organizational Justice and Ethical Behavior; Organızational Culture in Hospitals

Zeynep Özsoy; Dilek Ekici

Volume 2, Issue 2 , Spring 2017, , Pages 41-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.11

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  Background: The organizational culture, justice, and ethical practices found in nursing services and health services have numerical superiority and a significant importance.Objective: This descriptive study aimed to determine the relationship among ethical behavior, organizational justice and culture ...  Read More

7. Studying the Status of Job Burnout and its Relationship with Demographic Characteristics of Nurses in Shiraz Nemazee Hospital

Tahereh Shafaghat; Mohammad-Kazem Rahimi-Zarchi; Zahra Kavosi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 9-13

http://dx.doi.org/10.20286/hpr-01019

Abstract
  Background: Today, in order to provide desirable health care services, too much emphasis is placed on the physical and mental health of nurses, and job burnout among nurses is introduced as harmful elements to the health of nurses. Objective: This study was performed to evaluate job burnout in Shiraz ...  Read More