Anna Ksykiewicz-Dorota

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An important precondition for an effectively working team is the distribution of competence among the members of the team. The accreditation criteria for Polish hospitals lay down a requirement concerning the formulation in a written form of the scope of duties, authorization and responsibility at individual workplaces. This conditions a high level of(More)
OBJECTIVE The main objective of the study was the development of a tool for evaluation of the quality of nursing care in the prophylaxis of hospital-acquired infections. METHODS Due to the lack of a tool for assessment of the quality of nursing care in the prophylaxis of hospital-acquired infections an attempt was undertaken to construct own tool. This(More)
BACKGROUND Working time is a non-renewable and important element in the management of an organization. The implementation of changes in the structure of working time may be facilitated by the insight into activities undertaken by employees during work. Such an approach plays an important role since the effective use of time improves the quality of care,(More)
BACKGROUND The Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System is widely used in both Western Europe and the United States to assess the level of patients' need for nursing care. Poland currently has 3 types of intensive care according to a territorial division of the country and the scope of medical treatment offered: poviat, voivodeship, and clinical. OBJECTIVE(More)
BACKGROUND Nurses constitute the major professional group offering constant hospital patients' care. Willingness to recommend their hospital reflects confidence in the offered care, satisfaction and identification with the work place. The aim of the present study has been to investigate which elements of hospital environment and nurse personal related(More)
The majority of studies by international and Polish authors focus on the evaluation of the level of patient satisfaction with health care. A relatively small number of reports concern factors which determine satisfaction. According to the modern approach towards care of mother and baby, a mother hospitalized in a rooming-in system is expected to(More)
Changes biased towards the autonomy of the nursing occupation originated by formal regulations do not yet designate the actual independence of nurses. This independence is determined by the modern method of work-nursing process and application in practice of a selected theory of nursing. The question pertaining to the knowledge and practical usefulness of(More)