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Title:Motivacija negovalnega tima na delovnem mestu
Authors:Slatinšek, Eva (Author)
Ovsenik, Marija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Uvod: Motivacija medicinskih sester je pomembna za kakovostno zdravstveno nego, kot tudi za razvoj organizacije in sledenje viziji. Nanjo vplivajo mnogi dejavniki in le individualen pristop managerjev omogoča prepoznavanje težav in iskanje rešitev. Namen naloge je bil preučiti motivacijo in motivacijske dejavnike negovalnega tima na delovnem mestu. Metode: V teoretičnem delu raziskave je bila uporabljena deskriptivna metoda dela, v empiričnem pa kvantitativna, kjer smo uporabili vprašalnik. Empirični del raziskave je bil izveden v domu starostnikov v Avstriji. Uporabili smo priložnostni vzorec, sodelovalo je 82 medicinskih sester. Rezultate smo statistično obdelali s programom SPSS 20.0. Rezultati: Ugotovljeno je bilo, da so zaposleni motivirani predvsem z notranjimi motivacijskimi dejavniki (osebni razvoj, zadovoljstvo ob opravljanju dela, uspeh in učenje novih stvari). Spearmanov koeficient korelacije je pokazal pozitivno statistično povezavo med notranjimi motivacijskimi dejavniki in zadovoljstvom pri delu ter zunanjimi dejavniki in oceno vodje. S T-testom za enostranski vzorec je bilo ugotovljeno, da jih ne motivirajo denarne nagrade. Kruskal-Wallis test je pokazal, da med zaposlenimi različnih starosti ne obstajajo razlike v motivaciji. Razprava in sklep: Medicinske sestre izkazujejo povprečno motivacijo, kar sovpada s podobnimi raziskavami. Kot pomemben element je treba omeniti tudi njihovo zadovoljstvo z vodilnimi. Prihodnje raziskave bi lahko bile usmerjene v razlike med motivacijo v različnih zdravstvenih organizacijah in med medicinskimi sestrami različnih narodnosti.
Keywords:medicinska sestra, zadovoljstvo, manager, motivacijske teorije, nagrade
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[E. Slatinšek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:331.101.3:005.64:614.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22734595 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:P39KVBQY
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Licensing start date:16.05.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Motivation of the healthcare team at the workplace
Abstract:Introduction: Nurses’ motivation is important for quality nursing care as well as for organizational development and following the vision. It is widely influenced, and only the individual approach of managers allows to identify problems and find solutions. The purpose of the research was to examine the motivation and motivational factors of the care team at the workplace. Methods: A descriptive method of work was used in the research theory, and a quantitative one, with a questionnaire in the empirical part. The survey was conducted at a Nursing home in Austria. We used a casual sample and 82 nurses participated. The results were statistically processed with SPSS 20.0. Results: It was found that employees are primarily motivated by intrinsic motivational factors (personal development, job satisfaction, success and education). Spearman's correlation coefficient revealed a positive statistical significance between intrinsic motivational factors and job satisfaction, as well as external factors and evaluation of leaders. One Sample T-Test showed, that employees are not motivated by monetary awards. The Kruskal-Wallis test presented no differences in motivation among employees of different ages. Discussion and conclusion: Nurses in the survey show an average motivation, which is in line with foreign researches. Important element is their satisfaction with the leaders. Future researches could focus on differences between motivation in different health organizations and between nurses of different nationalities.
Keywords:nurse, satisfaction, manager, motivational theories, rewards


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