The Effect of Health System Transformation Plan on Nurses' Job Satisfaction

1Sepideh Ekhtiari, Seyedeh Maedeh Abedi Valoukola, Raheleh Faraji Fard, Seyedeh Mehrana Tahani, Maedeh Alinejad, Hossein Ghafari, Amir Salehi Lalehmarzi, Mitra Ghorbanejad, Elnaz Saripour* and Fatemeh Rezaei


Introduction: The most important guarantee for the success of the health system transformation plan is paying attention to health care providers including nurses. The purpose of this study was to determine the job satisfaction of nurses who were affected by implementation of health system transformation plan. Methods: This study is a descriptive study. In this study, the research population included all nurses in wards working in Rouhani hospital in 2019. sampling method is the census; the sample size of this study is 70 people; the research tool is Spector Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (36 questions). In terms of validity, the questionnaires were evaluated by experts and their reliability reported Cronbach's alpha of 0.88 for this tool. Also, the data analysis method will be introduced in SPSS statistical software version 22 and necessary analysis is done. Findings: The results showed that there was a significant relationship between nurses' viewpoints about the impact of health system transformation plan on their job satisfaction (significance level less than 0.05). Conclusion: By implementing health plan transformation, their job satisfaction is at an acceptable level, which can have a positive impact on their performance and can lead to greater satisfaction for patients and their families.


Nurses, Job Satisfaction, Health System.

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