Volume 17, Number 37 (Spring 2004)                   IJN 2004, 17(37): 27-31 | Back to browse issues page


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F. Zighaimat, J. Mokhtari, A. Ebadi, F. Hamedanizadeh. QUALITY OF CARE IN IV INJECTIONS. IJN. 2004; 17 (37) :27-31
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Basically, Quality Evaluation is the most important tool for performance promotion in management, and it is the most prominent duty of managers. Evaluations can create organizational goals to promote worker’s ability level. So, assessing the quality of nursing care during intravenous injections, we conducted a descriptive study, in which 95 nurses, selected randomly were evaluated. Data were gathered through questionnaire. According to the results, 16% of the nurses had good performances, 66% of them were within acceptable range, and the performances of 17% of the participants were unacceptable. We also found significant relationships between the quality of care in intravenous injections and age, years of experience, gender, and educational level. Overall, as the results showed the weakness of a large group of participants in performing intravenous injections, it is recommended to provide in service education sessions for nurses.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing
Received: 2006/12/25

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