:: Volume 3, Issue 1 (4-2011) ::
rme 2011, 3(1): 42-48 Back to browse issues page
Perfectionism and Self-efficacy of Nurses in Rasht Hospitals
N Hajloo , N Sobhi , M Rahbar taramsari * , M Haghighatgoo
, Dr_M_Rahbar@yahoo.com
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  introduction : Nursing requires high accuracy ,and handling with patient put a heavy responsibility on nurses shoulders. Perfectionism and Self-efficacy are the abilities that impact on each other and effect on mental health and quality of health – care were offering by nurses. This study has been done to investigate the relationship between perfectionism and self-efficacy of nurses in Rasht hospitals.

  Methods : This is a descriptive – correlation study that was performed on 344 nurses of Rasht city. Data were selected by cluster random sampling method.we used Frost Multi Dimensional Perfectionism Inventory and Schwarzer, R., & Jerusalem self-efficacy inventory for collecting the information from samples. Results were analyzed by Pierson correlation coefficient ,multiple regression and MANOVA by SPSS software.

  Results: self-efficacy has positive relation with organization and personal standards and negative relation with parental expectance. just organization dimension can predict self-efficacy in our sample.

  Conclusion: considering the vulnerability of nurses in self efficacy and for special situation of this job this research show that by improving positive dimensions of perfectionism such as organization and personal standards, self-efficacy will increase .

  

Keywords: self-efficacy, perfectionism, nurses
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