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Title:Fizično nasilje nad medicinskimi sestrami in zdravstvenimi tehniki na delovnem mestu : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študija Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:Gros, Aleš (Author)
Pavšič Mrevlje, Tinkara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Gros_Ales_2016.pdf (2,76 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Fizično nasilje na delovnem mestu medicinske sestre in zdravstvenega tehnika je zelo velika težava, ki se je vpleteni premalo zavedajo. V veliko primerih se kar spregleda in nima prave teže. V diplomskem delu je predstavljeno, kdo so najpogostejši povzročitelji, kakšni so vzroki za nasilje nad medicinskimi sestrami in zdravstvenimi tehniki ter kaj bi se dalo izboljšati, da bi bilo nasilja čim manj. Z anketo je bilo ugotovljeno, da se medicinske sestre in zdravstveni tehniki počutijo varno na delovnem mestu. Velik delež medicinskih sester in zdravstvenih tehnikov je že doživel nasilje na delovnem mestu, ki je lahko fizično, spolno, ekonomsko ali psihično. V porastu je nasilje vodstvenih delavcev nad zaposlenimi, ki je takoj za nasiljem pacientov (60 %) na drugem mestu. Anketiranci so odgovorili, da v 21 % nasilje povzročajo vodstveni delavci. Pri tem gre za razna izsiljevanja in neizplačevanje nadur, delavci ne upajo na bolniški dopust ipd. Najbolj se je treba posvetiti temu, da medicinske sestre in zdravstvene tehnike prepričamo, da spregovorijo o tem ter da ne bodo imeli občutka sramu ali zapostavljenosti. Zavedati se morajo, da imajo nekoga, ki jim lahko pomaga in mu lahko zaupajo svoje težave. Pomembno je, da se čim več pogovarjamo in da veliko pozornosti namenimo izobraževanju. Le tako bomo počasi zmanjševali nasilje nad medicinskimi sestrami in zdravstvenimi tehniki.
Keywords:nasilje, nasilje na delovnem mestu, mobing, fizično nasilje, zdravstvo, medicinske sestre, zdravstveni tehniki, diplomske naloge
Year of publishing:2016
Year of performance:2016
Place of performance:[Ljubljana
Publisher:A. Gros]
Number of pages:40 str.
Source:[Ljubljana
UDC:343.62:616-051(043.2)
COBISS_ID:3098346 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:75M2SJAE
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Language:English
Title:Physical violence against female and male nurses in the workplace
Abstract:Physical violence towards female and male nurses in their workplace is a big problem, which is not acknowledged enough among the involved people. In many cases it is simply ignored. The diploma paper shows the most common offenders, the reasons for violence towards female and male nurses and what measurements could be taken to decrease the violence. The survey showed that female and male nurses feel safe at their workplace. However, many of them already experienced violence in their workplace, which can be physical, sexual, economic or psychological. Violence of management towards employees is increasing and occupying the second place after violence caused by patients (60%). According to respondents of the survey, management is causing violence in 21% of the cases. It occurs in form of all kinds of blackmailing and unpaid overtime work, employees are afraid to go on sick leave etc. It is most important to convince female and male nurses to talk about it and to not feel ashamed or disadvantaged. They need to be aware that there are people who can help them and they can trust. It is important to talk as much as possible and to point out the importance of education. Only that way we can slowly decrease violence towards female and male nurses.
Keywords:violence in the workplace, female and male nurses, causes for violence, mobbing, physical violence.


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