Relationship between Professional Maturity & Employees & Instructors' Perfectionism on Organizational Vitrines in Tabriz Nursing & Midwifery School, 2017
Background and Aim: Based on the current evidences people's professional maturity, having occupational & psychological maturity and capability of high diagnosis & judgment keep them protected from commitment to organizational mistakes & deviation and also it can increase the level & reliance among them which has an important role on organizational development. So this research is done in order of study the relationship between academic professional maturity & organizational virtue.
Materials and Methods: This is a descriptive correlation study in 2017 and consist of 101 people working in Tabriz Nursing and Midwifery Faculty, and the sample size is estimated 80 people (male and female) according to Morgan table formula, which were selected based on stratified random method. Three types of standard questionnaires including organizational virtue questionnaire, professional development questionnaire and multidimensional perfectionism were used and their reliability were obtained 0.88, 0.85, 0.89 respectively according to Cronbach's alpha coefficient. The resulting data analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient & multiple liner regression & analyzed using SPSS 23.
Findings: According to study result, professional maturity has got a significant & positive relationship with organizational virtue (P<0.05, R=0.71), but there was no significant relationship between organizational virtue & perfectionism (P>0.05, R=0.41). Professional maturity can predict the changes in organizational virtue in Tabriz Nursing & Midwifery Faculty staff & instructors significantly (%69). (P<0.05, R2=0.48).
Ethical Considerations: Before completing the questionnaires, we explained about the aim of this research as well as confidentiality of results for participants and they participate in the research with informed consent.
Conclusion: According to result of the study, professional maturity has got maximum relation in formation of organizational virtuous. For professional excellence in teaching, research and other related fields for academic members and also in assigning suitable occupational responsibilities for staffs, we can provide an appropriate context for cooperation by empowering scientific associations in universities.
Cite this article as: Vahedbarenji SH, Maleki Avarsin S. Relationship between Professional Maturity & Employees & Instructors' Perfectionism on Organizational Vitrines in Tabriz Nursing & Midwifery School, 2017. Med Ethics J 2020; 14(45): e3.
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