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Title:Organizacijska klima in zadovoljstvo izvajalcev zdravstvene nege z delom v enoti covid intenzivne terapije
Authors:ID Halec, Bine (Author)
ID Dobnik, Mojca (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ID Strdin Košir, Alenka (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Halec_Bine_2021.pdf (1,29 MB)
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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: Organizacijska klima in zadovoljstvo sta pomembna faktorja, ki ju je treba spremljati. Motivirani in zadovoljni zaposleni ustvarjajo pozitivno organizacijsko klimo, ki predstavlja ključ do uspešnosti pri delu. V magistrskem delu smo želeli ugotoviti, kako izvajalci zdravstvene nege, ki so zaradi epidemije koronavirusa COVID-19 bili premeščeni v COVID intenzivno terapijo, ocenjujejo organizacijsko klimo znotraj nje in stopnjo njihovega zadovoljstva pri delu. Metode: V magistrskem delu smo uporabili kvalitativno metodo raziskovanja. Kot metodo zbiranja podatkov smo uporabili anketni vprašalnik, na katerega je odgovorilo 100 anketirancev, ki delo opravljajo v enoti COVID intenzivne terapije. Anketne vprašalnike smo analizirali in obdelali z uporabo računalniških programov Microsoft Excel in IBM SPSS 22.0. Rezultati: Ugotovili smo, da so izvajalci zdravstvene nege v povprečju z delom v enoti COVID intenzivne terapije zadovoljni. Pomanjkljivosti so se izkazale glede vodstva, neposredno nadrejenih in delovnih pogojev. V zvezi z organizacijsko klimo nismo opazili bistvenih razlik med izvajalci zdravstvene nege, katerih matična enota je enota intenzivne terapije, ter izvajalci zdravstvene nege, katerih matična enota ni enota intenzivne terapije. Razprava in sklep: Ugotovitve raziskave so pokazale, da izvajalci zdravstvene nege kljub naporu delo in organizacijo v enoti COVID intenzivne terapije ocenjujejo kot zadovoljivo.
Keywords:organizacijska klima, zadovoljstvo, medicinska sestra, COVID-19, enota intenzivne terapije.
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[B. Halec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:005.32:331.101.32:614(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:82422531 New window
Publication date in DKUM:22.11.2021
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Licensing start date:16.08.2021

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Language:English
Title:Organizational climate and satisfaction of nursing providers with work in covid intensive care unit
Abstract:Introduction: The organizational climate and satisfaction are important factors that need to be monitored. Motivated and satisfied employees create a positive organizational climate, which represents a key element to a successful work. In the final thesis we wanted to find out, how the nurses, who were transferred to COVID-19 intensive care unit, due to Coronavirus epidemic, evaluate the organizational climate within the unit and the level of their work satisfaction. Methods: In the final thesis we used a qualitative research method. As a data collection method, we used a survey questionnaire to which we got 100 responds from people working in COVID-19 intensive care unit. We analyzed and processed the questionnaires with the use of computer programs Microsoft Excel and IBM SPSS 22.0. Results: We concluded, that on average the nurses are satisfied with the work in the COVID intensive care unit. The deficiencies they stated were mostly regarding management, leaders and work conditions. We have not noticed any significant differences regarding organizational climate between the nurses, whose main unit was Intensive care unit (ICU), and the ones whose main unit was not ICU. Discussion and conclusion: The research results showed, that, despite the stress, the nurses evaluate the work and organization in the Covid intensive care unit as satisfying.
Keywords:organizational climate, satisfaction, nurse, COVID-19, intensive care unit.


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