INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

JOB-RELATED STRAIN: A FIELD INVESTIGATION ON FAMILY PHYSICIANS
(JOB-RELATED STRAIN: A FIELD INVESTIGATION ON FAMILY PHYSICIANS )

Author : Gülbeniz AKDUMAN    
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Printing Year : 2018
Number : 24
Page : 1622-1629
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The aim of this study is to determine the level of job-related strain of staff working in family health centers on some demographic characteristics. A questionnaire form was applied online to 371 family physicians working in family health centers in Istanbul. All surveyed surveys were included in sampling. A questionnaire consisting of two parts was used as data collection tool in the research. In the first part, the personal information form containing information on gender, date of birth and child ownership is presented in the second part of the Job-Related Strain Scale developed by Revicki, May and Whitley (1991) and adapted to Turkish by Aslan et al. (1998) and reliability and validity studies It is located. As a result of the study, it was determined that stress and strain related to job were high according to the scale scores of the family physicians participating in the study (64,31 ± 8,95), and job strain and strain scores did not show any significant difference according to sex, number of children and date of birth.



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Job-Related Strain

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