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The views of students, employees & academic board members of operating room & anesthesia college degree on studying for B.M. degree in nursing(2001)
Masoud Sharifi , Nargess Rezapour Lashgarianfard, Somayyeh Mirzay Coushaly, Elham Asgary, Neda Rouhy, Mohammad Aman, Mohammad Amini, Elaheh Daneshy, Parisa Morady
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Introduction. To promote the quality of surgical cares in operating room, the potential abilities of professional staff should be developed through studying related majors. In addition, training human powers is one of the important tasks of teaching system and college students are considered as national talents. Although, intelligence is an important factor, motivation is more significant than that. Operating room and anaesthesia associates must compulsorily study nursing in order to get a B.M. degree. Methods. In order to do this descriptive research a two-section questionnaire was designed for students, employees and academic board members in the Qazvin University of Medical Sciences, and the earned demographic and specific data was processed by SPSS software. Results. A total number of 118 students, 28 employees and 9 academic board members of the major, cooperated in this research. Students’ & employees’ views were as follow respectively: 62% & %53/6% were interested in their major. 40/7% & 32/7% assessed their occupational future as disappointing. 87/3% & 75% did not tend to study nursing. 64/4% & 42/8% assessed acquiring related skills as useless in the case of studying nursing. 88/1% & 85/7% believed that studying a related major was necessary. And 77/1% & 57/1% emphasized on the necessity to train operating room and anaesthesia staff. Academic board members assessed studying nursing major and accepting related duties by nursing students as weak. Instead, they agreed on training staff, specifically for operating room & anaesthesia. Conclusion. Wasting national talents and deviating them to an uninterested major in addition to employing nurses in operating room, prevents educated students from being most advantageous. This may decrease students’ motivation. Training operating room and anaesthesia associates is a pointless investment.
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Received: 2007/05/27
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Sharifi M, Rezapour Lashgarianfard N, Mirzay Coushaly S, Asgary E, Rouhy N, Aman M, et al . The views of students, employees & academic board members of operating room & anesthesia college degree on studying for B.M. degree in nursing(2001). Iranian Journal of Medical Education. 2002; 2 :51-51
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