Investigation of academician nurses organizational citizenship behaviors in Turkey

Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

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Investigation of academician nurses organizational citizenship behaviors in Turkey

6th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

August 15-17, 2016 London, UK

Hale Sezer, Fatma Orgun and Nilay Ozkutuk

Ege University-Faculty of Nursing, Turkey

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care

Abstract :

Organizational citizenship behavior, increases the tendency cooperation and information sharing within the organization, develops employees sense of responsibility within the organization and employees have positive attitudes. Services more efficiently be served at the institution, employees├ó┬?┬? satisfaction in order to increase their performance and organizational commitment, they exhibit the work of the employees of managers to have foresight about the organizational citizenship behavior is important. Academician nurses who are working at nursing education institutions in Turkey is a descriptive study in order to examine level of organizational citizenship. The study sample was School of Nursing (n=6), School of Health (n = 54), the Faculty of Health Sciences (n = 25), the School of Health Sciences (n = 3) and the Faculty of Nursing (n = 5) total 95 institution in Turkey which academician nurses are working and who agreed to participate in the study (n = 676) were included. Data collection forms were Individual Identification Form and Organizational Citizenship level Scale which was made reliability and validity by Altunta├?┬? and Baykal (2010). According to findings, academician nurses├ó┬?┬? level of organizational citizenship (X=3.45├?┬▒1,54) were found to moderate. Academician nurse├ó┬?┬?s educational status (F=5,163; p=0,006), being an academic staff (F=4,047; p=0,000), recruitment of administrative staff in status (F=3,154; p=0,008) found a statistically significant difference between Organizational Citizenship Level Scale. At this point, leader in the organisations organize activities to improve regulations to coordination among the nurses, sharing and communications, are recommended that make a reward system to increase the voluntary behaviours.

Biography :

Hale Sezer completed her PhD from Ege University in Medical Education Department. She is working as a research assistant in Nursing Education Department at Ege Universty Faculty of Nursing. She has published 5 papers in reputed journals.


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