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Title: Comparative study of nursing group personnel number to active bed of hospitals affiliated to yasuj medical sciences university with existing standards and factors effective on it in 2015.
Authors: Taheri, Neda
Barzabad, Parviz Aghayii
Yazdanpanah, Abbas
Keywords: Nursing personnel
active bed
standard
Yasouj University of Medical Sciences
Issue Date: Oct-2016
Citation: Neda Taheri, Parviz Aghayii Barzabad, Abbas Yazdanpanah. Comparative study of nursing group personnel number to active bed of hospitals affiliated to yasuj medical sciences university with existing standards and factors effective on it in 2015. International Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research. 2016 Oct-Dec; 2(4): 17-23.
Abstract: Introduction: Most problems of institutions providing treatment services in health systems (hospitals) are due to shortage of human force or its unsuitable distribution. Among the most important ways of increasing employing nurses as the major part of hospitals human forces is standardization of quantity and distribution of this valuable source. Methods: This study is applied descriptive and of cross sectional type. The research sample and society is nursing group personnel affiliated to Yasuj Medical Sciences University. Data collecting tool is some tables containing number, gender combination and type of employment of nursing personnel (library model) and effective factors like reducing working hours rate due to efficiency law, increasing the number of hospitalization days after health system evolution plan were studied. Information after collecting was analyzed using SPSS software and using descriptive statistical tests. Results: The obtained results indicate that the ratio of nurse to active bed number is not similar to standards and there is a difference. The rate of working hours´ reduction due to efficiency law and the number of hospitalization days results in need to more personnel after health system evolution. Conclusion: The obtained results show that the required nursing force in the hospitals affiliated to Yasuj Medical Sciences University in some wards is not according to the standard of Ministry of Health and systematic attitude standard.
URI: http://imsear.searo.who.int/handle/123456789/178742
ISSN: 2395-0471
Appears in Collections:International Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research (IJCBR)

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