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Title Παράγοντες που επηρεάζουν τη διεπαγγελματική συνεργασία των νοσηλευτών με το υπόλοιπο προσωπικό ενός δημόσιου νοσοκομείου
Alternative Title Factors affecting the occupational cooperation of nurses with other staff of a public hospital
Author Μαράκη, Καλλιρόη
Thesis advisor Ηλία, Σταυρούλα
Reviewer Αγγουριδάκης, Παναγιώτης
Βλασιάδης, Κωνσταντίνος
Μπριασούλης, Γεώργιος
Abstract Introduction: The rapid development of the health system over the last decades entails the need for periodic review of important ideas. These ideas include the cooperation of nurse-doctor and other health professionals. In the hospital where it is considered an environment that demands continuous efficiency, effectiveness and quality improvement, inter professional co-operation justifies reconsideration because maximizing co-operation between nurse and doctor promises to improve patient care and create satisfactory working roles.1 To consider that one health organization works well and organizationally for the benefit of all, must have ensured inter-professional cooperation between the involved healthcare professionals, creating a breeding ground of interaction between them. Purpose: of this work is to investigate the interprofessional cooperation and communication between nurses and other health professionals in a public hospital. Methods: Anonymous questionnaire consists of 34 questions in total. Most of the questions in the questionnaire were of a multiple choice (Likert seven-grade scale) with possible answers “Very strongly agree”, “Strongly agree”, “Agree”, “Neither agree nor disagree”, “Disagree”, “Strongly disagree” and “Very strongly disagree”.The 34 questions refer to: demographics 4 questions: gender, age, education and experience, interprofessional cooperation 4 questions: understanding the term, individual characteristics 1 question: that helps good cooperation, communication 2 questions: how they communicate with other health professionals, co-operation 1 question: with which partners do they work best), recording of perceptions 1 question: how much do they take into account the opinion of others, 1 question: about the availability of nursing staff and 1 question: whether they feel members of a group with common goals, communication 8 questions: regarding what's the reason that causes poor communication, conflicts resolution 5 questions: ways to resolve conflicts, change of work enviroment 1 question: if they agree with such a decision and finally advantages 5 questions: what advantages they think are related to interprofessional cooperation. The sample of the survey was 83 nurses from the public hospital. The analysis of the data was done with the IBMSPSSStatistics 24.0 statistical program and the assumption limit was set to α = 0.05. Results: Based on the results of our research, it was found that "interprofessional cooperation" is a collaboration of professionals of another specialty, but the percentage of respondents who consider it to be co-operating with people of the same specialty is also high. It is a good cooperation with regard to the same specialty as well as the doctors, as opposed to the injured and the psychologists. The age, education and experience of health professionals are factors that affect interprofessional cooperation. The main reason for obstructing co-operation is the attitude of the colleagues. Dialogue is the almost absolute way to resolve conflicts. Also, nurses with a higher level of education show more interest in the communication and attitudes of the other health professionals. 7 out of 10 nurses consider interdisciplinary cooperation to be quite satisfactory but could be further improved. Temperament, hard work and good nurturing / ways are the individual characteristics that help interprofessional cooperation, and 40% of employees would change their workplace for better conditions. Conclusions: Equal co-operation between all health workers will result in greater exploitation of nursing knowledge and skills to always improve the quality of nursing care and avoid mistakes and omissions. New educational strategies involving interdisciplinary courses should also be introduced in both medical and nursing curricula to improve not only the communication side but also teamwork and cooperation in general.
Language Greek
Subject Communication
Conflict
Doctors
Health professiona
Interprofessional collaboration
Ιατρός
Σχέσεις επαγγελματιών υγείας
Issue date 2019-07-17
Collection   Faculty/Department--School of Medicine--Department of Medicine--Post-graduate theses
  Type of Work--Post-graduate theses
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