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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 808166

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Autori: Licul, Roberto; Popović, Stjepka
Naslov: Stavovi pacijenata Opće bolnice Pula prema sestrinstvu kao rodno/spolno obilježenoj profesiji
( Attitudes of the Pula General Hospital patients towards nursing as a sex/gender marked profession )
Izvornik: Glasnik pulske bolnice (1845-2698) 12 (2016), 12; 7-13
Vrsta rada: Stručni rad
Ključne riječi: muškarci u sestrinstvu; stavovi pacijenata; stereotipi; sestrinstvo; medicinski tehničari
( men in nursing; patient attitudes; stereotypes; nursing; male nurse )
Sažetak:
To examine the attitudes of the Pula General Hospital patients related to nursing as a sex/gender marked profession, to determine whether they perceive nursing as a predominantly female profession, and which are determinants of attitudes toward nursing as a sex/gender marked profession. The questionnaire was distributed to patients hospitalized at the Pula General Hospital in the period from January to March 2015. The total of 250 questionnaires were handed out, and 228 patients filled questionnaire. The survey examined subjective perception of the importance of gender, experience of receiving health care from male nurses, and sociodemographic characteristics of respondents. The scale of attitudes toward nursing as a sex/gender marked professions with 12 items of high reliability (Cronbach’s alpha 0.846) was developed. Almost every second patient (46%) believes that the nursing profession is more suitable for women because they are caring and compassionate by nature, 43.4% believe that women in general provide better health care than men, and almost a third (30.2%) that nursing profession is for women. Respondents mostly agree that male nurses provide better health care for people with disabilities, psychiatric patients, and the elderly because of their physical strength (52%), and that female nurses provide better health care in wards with children because of their maternal instinct (49.1%). Results of t-test and ANOVA confirmed that gender, age, education, subjective evaluation of the importance of gender, and the experience of receiving care from male nurses may be determinants of attitudes toward nursing as a sex/gender marked profession. Although most patients reject the idea that nursing is a female profession, a significant proportion of patients expressed stereotypical attitudes about nursing that are consistent with the existing social stereotypes and reflect the social division of sex/gender roles.
Izvorni jezik: HRV
Kategorija: Stručni
Znanstvena područja:
Kliničke medicinske znanosti,Sociologija,Psihologija
URL Internet adrese: http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=228045
URL cjelovitog teksta: http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=228045
Časopis izlazi u samo elektroničkom izdanju: NE
Google Scholar: Stavovi pacijenata Opće bolnice Pula prema sestrinstvu kao rodno/spolno obilježenoj profesiji
Upisao u CROSBI: Stjepka Popović (stjepka.popovic@medri.uniri.hr), 2. Tra. 2016. u 11:46 sati



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