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Objective: To determine the factors affecting general satisfaction level of patients with the food services in a military hospital in Turkey. Study design: The study was carried out in a military hospital providing tertiary health care services with the capacity of 1000 hospital bed. A questionnaire was used as data collection tool on measuring satisfaction(More)
Job satisfaction is affected by many factors. A consistent negative correlation between Machiavellianism and Job satisfaction was shown by many previous studies. To estimate this association in a sample of Turkish people, 361 physicians were selected among the total number of 5,959 working in Ankara City Center. A self-administered questionnaire including(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of inappropriate days of stay in a Turkish military hospital, and to explore the variables correlated with these. A review was made of the medical records of surgery patients admitted to the hospital of Gülhane Military Medical Academy. To determine the appropriateness of lengths of hospitalization, a(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the aspects of hospital services that are most likely to affect patient satisfaction in a military teaching hospital in Turkey. Although there have been many studies on patient satisfaction in Turkey and other countries, few studies have been done in military hospitals. A patient satisfaction questionnaire using a(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the level of job satisfaction of nurses working at Turkish military hospitals. A questionnaire was prepared as a data-gathering tool. This study measured the job satisfaction level at two stages. At the first stage, nurses' expectations for their jobs were measured with a Likert-type scale; at the second stage, the(More)
The purpose of this research is to analyse the multi-item dimensionality of patients’ perceived value in hospital service. A total of 564 patients administered to Gulhane Military Medical Academy were surveyed. Sample population was specified through convenience sampling procedure. A face to face survey was conducted by three interviewers in August 2008.(More)
BACKGROUND As in any other institution, the success of hospitals, which use approximately one-half of all resources in the health sector, depends on moving human resources toward the institution's goals. Ensuring that the workers are used intentionally for specific, predetermined goals, and that the workers are motivated toward achieving these institutional(More)