master's thesis
Nurses' attitudes on their position in medical teams

Snježana Šobak (2016)
Sveučilište u Zagrebu
Medicinski fakultet
Metadata
TitleStavovi medicinskih sestara o ulozi medicinske sestre u zdravstvenom timu
AuthorSnježana Šobak
Mentor(s)Miroslav Mastilica (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Timski rad u medicini postaje nezaobilazni čimbenik kako u organizaciji kvalitetnog profesionalnog djelovanja tako i u organizaciji kvalitetnog rukovođenja. Jedna osoba odnosno jedna struka ne može više preuzeti odgovornost za ostvarivanje svih mogućnosti i zahtjeva suvremene medicine, odnosno potreba bolesnika. Etički kodeks preporučuje medicinskim sestrama da surađuju s članovima tima, da djelotvorno međusobno komuniciraju i izmjenjuju znanja i vještine (Kalauz, 2012). Kao sredstvo komunikacije u timu koristi se sestrinska dokumentacija. Cilj rada: Cilj rada je istražiti kakvi su stavovi medicinskih sestara/tehničara o položaju medicinske sestre u zdravstvenom timu u našoj sredini, smatraju li se ravnopravnim članom zdravstvenog tima. Metode rada: U radu prikazani su rezultati dobiveni anketiranjem na prigodnom uzorku od 200 ispitanika. Na upitnik je odgovorilo njih 150 dok je 50 njih odbilo anketiranje (stopa odaziva bila je 84,2%). Sudionici su informirani o cilju istraživanja te su dobrovoljno pristali na sudjelovanje u njemu. Istraživanje je provedeno anonimno. Anketni upitnik sadrži ukupno dvadeset pitanja, od toga četiri se pitanja odnose na opće podatke dok se preostalih šesnaest pitanja vrednuju prema Likertovoj skali. Istraživanje je provedeno tijekom mjeseca travnja 2016. godine. Radi se o presječnom anketnom istraživanju. Zaključak: Dobiveni rezultati ukazuju da se 50% medicinskih sestara smatra ravnopravnim članom zdravstvenog tima. Podizanjem stupnja obrazovanja podiže se i stupanj samopouzdanja medicinskih sestara.
Keywordsteamwork nurse team role
Parallel title (English)Nurses' attitudes on their position in medical teams
Committee MembersSanja Babić-Bosanac (committee chairperson)
Ana Borovečki (committee member)
Miroslav Mastilica (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Medicinski fakultet
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Public Health and Health Care
Public Health
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeStudies in Nursing
Academic title abbreviationmag. med. techn.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-12
Parallel abstract (English)
Teamwork in medicine is becoming a key factor in both quality professional work and organisation of quality management. One person i.e. one profession can't take responsibility for all the possibilities and demands of modern medicine and the patients' needs. The nurses' ethical code recommends them to collaborate with other team members, communicate together effectively and exchange knowledge and skills (Kalauz, 2012). The nurses' documentation is used as means of communication in the team. Paper goal: The goal oft he paper is to look into nurses' attitudes on their positions in medical teams in our environment and whether or not they consider themselves as equals in their medical teams. Methods: The paper shows results gathered by surveying 200 participants. The survey was completed by 150 of them, while 50 refused to be surveyed (response rate of 84,2%). The participants had been informed about the goal of the research and agreed to participate of their own free will. The research was done anonymously. The survey consists of 20 questions total, of which 4 are related to general information and the remaining 16 are measured by the Likert scale. The research was conducted in April 2016 and it was a section survey. Conclusion: The results show that 50% of nurses believe they are equal members of a medical team. By raising the education level, the nurses' confidence levels increase too.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)timski rad medicinska sestra uloga u timu
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:105:204287
CommitterMartina Čuljak