Validity of and Relationship Between The Variables of Ethical Climate and Culture Patient Safety and Organizational Support

In this study, it was assumed that behavioral variables within the organization-al environment contribute to improve patient safety. For this purpose, in the initial phase, validity and reliability analysis was conducted for the scale in order to adapt to Turkish. In the second phase, the correlation between ethical climate and culture, patient safety and perceived organizational support (manager and peer support) were investi-gated. The study population involves employees (N= 300) working in four public hospi-tals in the province of Konya in Turkey. Arraying measures as ethical climate and cul-ture scale (Trevino et al., 1998), patient safety scale (Carruthers et al., 2009) and per-ceived organizational support scales (McCaughey, 2008) were completed. As a result of the study, patient safety scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 7 questions and 3 sub-dimensions. Ethical climate and culture scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 11 questions and 4 sub-dimensions. As another result of that, the new version of perceived organizational support scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 5 questions (as 3 items for manager support and 2 items for peer support) and 2 sub-dimensions. The results of the study showed that manager support affected on ethical climate and culture. However, peer support had not any statistically significant effect on ethical climate and culture. Besides, ethical climate and culture impacted on patient safety just on

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Validity of and Relationship Between The Variables of Ethical Climate and Culture Patient Safety and Organizational Support
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ASLAN, Şebnem
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AKARÇAY, Demet
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Perceived Organizational Support
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Medical Error
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Patient Safety
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Eth-ical Climate and Culture
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Manager and Peer Support
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The Journal of Academic Social Science Studies
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2015
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2019-07-09T12:50:41Z
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2019-07-09T12:50:41Z
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In this study, it was assumed that behavioral variables within the organization-al environment contribute to improve patient safety. For this purpose, in the initial phase, validity and reliability analysis was conducted for the scale in order to adapt to Turkish. In the second phase, the correlation between ethical climate and culture, patient safety and perceived organizational support (manager and peer support) were investi-gated. The study population involves employees (N= 300) working in four public hospi-tals in the province of Konya in Turkey. Arraying measures as ethical climate and cul-ture scale (Trevino et al., 1998), patient safety scale (Carruthers et al., 2009) and per-ceived organizational support scales (McCaughey, 2008) were completed. As a result of the study, patient safety scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 7 questions and 3 sub-dimensions. Ethical climate and culture scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 11 questions and 4 sub-dimensions. As another result of that, the new version of perceived organizational support scale has been reached for Turkey its valid form consisting of 5 questions (as 3 items for manager support and 2 items for peer support) and 2 sub-dimensions. The results of the study showed that manager support affected on ethical climate and culture. However, peer support had not any statistically significant effect on ethical climate and culture. Besides, ethical climate and culture impacted on patient safety just on
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https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12498/870
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