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論文(AKAGI収録)
古賀, 裕子 ; 江幡, 芳枝 ; Koga, Yuko ; Ebata, Yoshie
出版情報: 桐生大学紀要.  pp.33-40,  2017-12-20.  桐生大学紀要委員会
概要: 【目的】40歳未満助産師の就業場所と職務満足度との関連を明らかにする. 【方法】研究デザインは職務満足度を従属変数とする相関関係型量的研究.東京,神奈川の病院・診療所・助産所勤務 の40歳未満の助産師423名に無記名自記質式質問紙調査を郵送 法で実施.期間は平成23年9月6日~30日.職務満足 度調査の内容は労働条件・人間関係・業務内容・やりがいと自律の4つをカテゴリーとした.国際医療福祉大学の倫理 委員会で承認を得た. 【結果】病院142人診療所26人助産所31人計199人の有効回答を分析(回答率47%).職務満足度は助産所,診療所,病 院勤務助産師の順に高かった.また,カテゴリー別でみると,人間関係(相関比η0.553),業務内容(相関比η0.735), やりがい(相関比η0.605)で,関連性がみられ,平均点はすべてにおいて助産所が高かった. 【考察】施設毎で職務満足度に相違があり,その要因に自律した助産業務が関係することから,助産師が主体的に働 くための業務の見直しが必要であると考える. (Purpose) The principal aim of the present study was to clarify the relationship between the workplace and the degree of job satisfaction among working midwives younger than 40 years. (Methods) The study was designed as a correlational and quantitative study using the degree of job satisfaction as the dependent variable. An anonymous self-administered questionnaire was mailed to 423 midwives younger than 40 years who were working in hospitals, clinics, or birthing centres in the Tokyo Metropolis or Kanagawa Prefecture. The study period was from September 6 to 30, 2011. The content of the degree of work satisfaction survey was categorized into four categories: working conditions, human relationships, work duties, and sense of fulfilment and autonomy. The present study was approved by the institutional review board of the International University of Health and Welfare. (Results) A total of 199 valid responses (hospitals: 142 responses; clinics: 26; birthing centres: 31) were analysed (valid response rate: 47%). The degree of job satisfaction among working midwives was highest in birthing centres, followed by clinics and then hospitals. Furthermore, an examination by category revealed a relationship between human relationships (correlation ratio: η0.553), work duties (correlation ratio: η0.735), and sense of fulfilment (correlation ratio: η0.605); the mean score of all categories was highest for birthing centres. (Discussion) Because there were differences in the degree of job satisfaction for each facility and autonomous midwifery work was a related factor, it is the authors' opinion that it is necessary to review the work of midwives to allow them to work more autonomously. 続きを見る
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論文(AKAGI収録)

論文(AKAGI収録)
加藤, 栄子 ; 尾崎, フサ子
出版情報: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学紀要.  5  pp.19-28,  2010-03.  群馬県立県民健康科学大学
概要: 目的:経験4年以下の看護職者の職務継続意志と職務満足に対する関連要因を明らかにし,働き続けられる支援の検討をする.方法:A県内3ヵ所の200~700床の一般病院に勤務する看護職者1,064名に,自記式質問紙調査を実施した.得られた有効回答の うち経験4年以下の看護職者204名を対象とした.分析方法は,t検定,STEPWISE法を用いた重回帰分析などを行った.結果:現病院で仕事の継続意志無は全体の約4割であった.仕事の満足度に影響する要因は,組織的要因では,給料が最も大きく,次いで病棟への所属感,看護管理システム,スタッフ間の人間関係,労働条件と福利厚生であった.専門性要因は,ケア提供時間であった.変革力は仕事の満足度を低くする要因となった.結論:現状に即した処遇,看護体制や業務の見直しと人間関係のよい職場風土作りをすることが看護管理者の重要な役割であることが示唆された.<br />Objectives : The purpose of this study was to identify certain decision-making factors regarding job continuity as they relate to and affect job satisfaction, and to investigate ways to support job continuity. Methods : Questionnaires were distributed to 1,064 nurses who worked at general hospitals of 200-700 beds. This study focused on nurses who had less than four years of work experience. A total of 204 nurses participated in the study. Results : 40% of nurses who worked at hospitals did not want to continue working at the same hospitals. Two factors, organizational and professional, affected job satisfaction. The organizational factors were pay, a feeling of belonging to one's own ward, the care delivery system, relationships among colleagues, working conditions, and general health and safety. The professional factor was the provision of sufficient care time. In addition, dissatisfaction in the above specific areas was exacerbated by an overall perception of one's lack of power to bring about reform. Conclusions : The results of this study suggest that nursing administrators need to consider the impact of 40% overall job dissatisfaction on nursing care delivery. It is recommended that nursing administrators take positive steps toward improving overall working conditions in order to more effectively provide nursing care.<br />原著 続きを見る