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Moderating role of ethical climate and organizational loyalty in impact managers’ ethical behaviors on caring behaviors of nurses
Ahmad Rastegar# , MohammadHossin Saif , Somayeh Farhadpour
#Associate Professor, Department of Educational Sciences, University Payam Nor, Tehran, Iran
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Introduction: The core of the nursing care is caring behavior. So, recognizing and determining impact factors on nurses’ caring behavior in hospitals as a services organization is very important.
Aim: This study was done for assessing moderating role of
ethical climate and organizational loyalty in impact managers’ ethical behaviors on careing behaviors of nurses in 2016.
Method: This study was descriptive, correlation based on causal
model. The sample included all nurses of private hospitalities in Shiraz, and they were selected by simple random sampling; 245 females and 77 males. The instruments for data gathering were 4 questionnaires; ethical behavior questionar’s Beheshti Far (2010), caring behavior questionar’s Wolf, & etal., (1994), ethical environment questionar’s Victor & Coln (1998) and organizational loyalty questionar’s Elnomier (1990) that their validity and reliability were caculated. Inferential statistic (Pearson correlation coefficient, Path analysis and Confirmatory factor analysis) was used to analyze data using SPSS and LISERAL.
Results: Results showed that the ethical behavior components have indirect relationship with nurses’ caring behavior by
moderating role of ethical climate and organizational loyalty. None of ethical behavior components’ managers as exogenous variables (responsibility, fairness behavior, trust, dedication) have direct effect on nurses’ caring behavior. But responsibility as an ethical behavior components’ managers has the most effect on nurses’ caring behavior.
Conclusion: Hospital managers would be applying ethical
behavior components in nursing department. By this they impact on ethical climate of hospital and in resulted to increase nurses’ caring behaviors and organizational loyalty.
Keywords: caring behavior, ethical behavior, ethical environment, health care mangers, nurses, organizational loyalty
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/12/21 | Accepted: 2017/06/25 | Published: 2017/08/14
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Rastegar# A, Saif M, Farhadpour S. Moderating role of ethical climate and organizational loyalty in impact managers’ ethical behaviors on caring behaviors of nurses. مدیریت پرستاری. 2017; 5 (3 and 4) :38-52
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