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|Title: ||護理人員勉強出勤、人格特質與醫療異常事件之關聯性研究;A Study on Discussing the Correlations among Presenteeism, Personality Traits and Medical Incident Events in Nursing Staffs|
|Authors: ||林美延;Lin, Mei-Yen|
|Keywords: ||勉強出勤;醫療異常事件;人格特質;羅吉斯迴歸分析;Presenteeism;Incident Event;Personality Traits;Logistic Regression|
|Issue Date: ||2019-09-03 12:10:46 (UTC+8)|
;As nursing is considered as a science and an art, it is also a helping profession with high stress, high challenge, and high achievement. Nursing work has a high degree of professionalism and irreplaceable trait. Even if clinical nursing staffs feel ill or have physically uncomfortable feelings, they may push themselves to keep the status of presenteeism. This study aimed to study the correlations among presenteeism, personality traits, and medical incident events in nursing staffs. A survey by using a structured questionnaire was conducted, and a total of 250 questionnaires were collected with 225 effective questionnaires. The logistic regression analysis was applied for statistical analysis.
1.Five personality traits were analyzed. Among them, a higher degree of conscientiousness personality was associated with lower probability of medical incident events (odds ratio [OR:] 0.312).
2.The status of presenteeism had a significant effect on explaining the occurrence of medical incident events. For the first question in the item of presenteeism: "Although I am ill, I will still push myself to work with difficulty", the regression coefficient (β) was negative (exp(β) [OR]: 0.24); For the second question in the item of presenteeism: “Although I feel symptoms of physical discomfort, such as headache or back pain, I will still push myself to work with difficulty”, the regression coefficient was positive, and the probability of medical incident events was 14 times higher than a heathy person.
3.In discussing the personal attributes, the gender and affiliated units had significant difference among nursing staffs, and the probability of medical incident events in general wards were higher than in emergent/critical care units and outpatient clinics.
By understanding the correlations among presenteeism, personality traits, and medical incident events in nursing staffs; this study aimed to provide a reference for hospital’s human resource managers in decision-making, in order to ensure patient safety and improve medical quality.
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