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Individual and Social Factors Affecting Upgrade of Clinical Staff Productivity in a Subspecialty State Hospital

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  • Mostafa Jafari
  • Zainab Darrami Moghaddam

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Which group of factors upgrades productivity level of clinical specialized staff in hygienic and remedial centers? Which of these factors influence the level of productivity more? This study answers to the two questions above. Human factors influencing the promotion of the productivity of human resources in hospitals are highly and classifiable. In this study, 13 factors in the four categories have been defined. This study is based on objective, descriptive-explanatory, based on result, applied, based on time, and sectional, based on survey methodology. The appliance of data capture had made a questionnaire containing 51 questions about Likert. The society of study target contained 220 specialists, general practitioners, midwives, nurses, technicians of operating theatre, anesthetist and practical nurses who were employed in hospitals which were considered. Data collected by statistical modeling and structural equation techniques and LISREL software was analyzed. The results of data analysis shows that individual factors with 0.68 have the highest impact on promotion of productivity level, and then the social factors impact on productivity. Therefore, it is suggested in the compilation of development programs of hospital aimed at upgrading the productivity level design, individual factors are prioritized.

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  • Mostafa Jafari & Zainab Darrami Moghaddam, 2015. "Individual and Social Factors Affecting Upgrade of Clinical Staff Productivity in a Subspecialty State Hospital," Journal of Public Policy & Governance, Research Academy of Social Sciences, vol. 2(1), pages 40-47.
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