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Patient Safety Culture: Sample of a University Hospital in Turkey
(Professional Medical Publications, 2012)
Objective: To assess health personnel perspectives of patient safety culture in a 900 bed University Hospital in Ankara, Turkey. Methodology: Data was collected by the researchers using a survey method. "Patient Safety ...
Organizational Commitment Of Military Physicians
(Assoc Military Surg Us, 2009)
An individual's loyalty or bond to his or her employing organization, referred to as organizational commitment, influences various organizational outcomes such as employee motivation, job satisfaction, performance, ...
Informal Payments In The Health Sector: A Case Study From Turkey
(Project Hope, 2007)
The practice of making informal payments in the health sector is common in a number of countries. It has become an important policy issue around the world. These payments can jeopardize governments' attempts to improve ...
Organizational Variables On Nurses’ Job Performance In Turkey: Nursing Assessments
Background: The purpose of this study was to describe the influence of organizational variables on hospital staff nurses’ job performance as reported by staff nurses in two cities in Turkey. Hospital ownership status, ...
Management of Diabetes and Diabetes Policies in Turkey
Background Diabetes and its complications are among the present and future challenges of the Turkish health care system. The objective of this paper is to discuss the current situation of diabetes and its management in ...
The Factors Affecting Length of Stay of the Patients Undergoing Appendectomy Surgery in a Military Teaching Hospital
(Assn Military Surg Us, 2007)
The principal objectives of this study were to identify the main predictors of the length of postoperative hospital stay for patients undergoing appendectomy in a military training hospital in Turkey, to examine the effects ...