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The study of the correlation between bullying at workplaces and psychosomatic complaint and affective wellbeing among women nurses
Mohsen Golparvar *, , Hale Rafizadeh, Mojgan Arefi
Associate Professor, Department of I/O Psychology, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Isfahan, Iran; Phone: +98 311 5354001-9; , drmgolparvar@gmail.com
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Background and Aim: Bullying is the threatening factor in hospital environment for nurses’ health. Current research was administered with the aim of studying the correlation between bullying in hospital with psychosomatic complaint and job related affect among nurses. Materials and Methods: Research method was correlation and statistical population was the nurses of Yazd hospitals. Among them 250 persons were selected using accessible sampling method. Data gathering instruments were the future made questionnaires, which reliability and validity of them were verified, including bullying questionnaire, psychosomatic complaint questionnaire and job related affect questionnaire. Data were analyzed using multiple regression analysis. Results: Results revealed there is significant correlation between bullying (contempt and despising, angry and revengefulness, neglect, verbal persecution, threatening and unconventional work stress) with psychosomatic complaint and negative job related affect, and there is negative significant relationship between contempt and despising, angry and revengefulness, verbal persecution and unconventional work stress with positive job related affect. Moreover, the results of regression analysis revealed, unconventional work stress have significant predictive power for prediction of psychosomatic complaint, contempt and despising, threatening and unconventional work stress have significant predictive power for prediction of negative job related affect. ‍Conclusion: The results of current research showed that bullying could result in psychosomatic complaint and negative job related affect among women nurses. Hospital managers should consider these important factors.
Keywords: Bullying in hospital environment, Psychosomatic complaint, Affective well-being, Nurses
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Medicine
Received: 2017 | Accepted: 2017 | Published: 2017
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Mohsen Golparvar, , Hale Rafizadeh, Mojgan Arefi. The study of the correlation between bullying at workplaces and psychosomatic complaint and affective wellbeing among women nurses. pajoohande. 2015; 19 (6) :328-334
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