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6th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

London, UK

Duygu Bayraktar

Duygu Bayraktar

Ege University, Turkey

Title: Examination of professional attitudes of nurses employee at a university hospital

Biography

Biography: Duygu Bayraktar

Abstract

Objective: This descriptive study was implemented in order to examine nurses’ professional attitudes and affecting factors. Methods: The population of the study was consists of all nurses who worked at a university hospital. Totally 132 nurses were recruited to the study. Data was collected by using a questionnaire and Professional Attitudes Inventory. The minimum score may be obtained from the scale is 32, the maximum score may be obtained from the scale is 160. Written consent was obtained from researcher who developed the scale. Distribution of numerical and percentage were calculated. Average, ANOVA and, t test, correlation test was used in analysis of the data. Results: The mean score of scale was 134.97 + 16.01. Of all 24.2% of nurses have been working for1-3 years, 27.3% of them have been working for 4-10 years, 32.6% of them have been working for 11-21 years, 15.9% of them have been working for 22-34 years. The mean working duration in profession of nurses is 11.88 + 8.45 years. Conclusion: It was determine that age group, gender, working time in the profession, education level of the nurses does not affected the level of professional attitudes, but is found that the clinic in which they worked is influenced the professional attitude of the nurse. As a result, it was determined that the professional attitudes of all nurses participating in the study was in high level and that the professional attitudes of nurses who working in surgical clinics is higher than those who working in internal clinics