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J Educ Ethics Nurs 2021, 10(1 And 2): 76-86 Back to browse issues page
A cross-sectional study on the effect of Islamic work ethic on the administrative health system with the mediating role of nurses' spiritual capital during Covid-19 pandemic (2020)
Mohammad Amin Torabi , Orkideh Hamedi, Seyedeh masoumeh Ghamkhari
Department of Management, Economics and Accounting, Payame Noor University, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (2016 Views)
Introduction:
Fear and anxiety due to possible infection with Covid-19 has created a high and destructive psychological burden that can lead to mental disorders, lack of right performing of tasks, poor communication with patients, anger and rage, weakened immune system, and reduced body's ability to fight diseases in people of society, including the health care group (nurses, physicians, etc.). For this purpose, the present study was conducted to investigate the effect of Islamic work ethic on the administrative health system with the mediating role of nurses' spiritual capital in hospitals in Hamadan.
Methods and Materials:
The present study was an applied research in terms of aim and descriptive-cross-sectional in terms of data collection method. The statistical population included nurses of hospitals in Hamadan. Data collection tools included standard Yousef (2001) Islamic work ethic questionnaire with four dimensions of (precision work, humanitarian work, independence and social utility), Howie and Feldman administrative (1996) health questionnaire with three dimensions (structural, cognitive, and relational), and Zohar and Marshall (2004) spiritual capital questionnaire with four dimensions (spiritual value, morality, importance and influence). Content validity, convergent validity, and divergent validity were used to assess validity and Cronbach's alpha, factor loads and composite reliability tests were used to assess the reliability of the questions.
Results:
Results revealed that Islamic ethics among nurses of hospitals in Hamadan has a positive and significant effect (β = 59%, p <0.01) on administrative health. Also, the spiritual capital of nurses has a significant positive effect on administrative health (β=83%, p <0.01), and spiritual capital plays a positive mediating role in the relationship between Islamic ethics and administrative health (β=63%, p <0.01).
Conclusion:
It can be concluded that the basic components of Islamic ethics including trust in God, humility towards the people, honesty and fulfillment of one's promise can create more spiritual solidarity among organizational human resources including hospital nurses who are the basic element of medical staff and healthy and ethical nurses in a hospital setting pursue transcendent and positive thoughts, and this positive and responsible sense prevents them from involving in unhealthy administrative behaviors.
 
 
Keywords: Islamic Ethics, Administrative Health, Spiritual Capital, Coronavirus, Hamedan Nurses
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/10/31 | Accepted: 2021/07/10 | Published: 2021/07/10
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Torabi M A, Hamedi O, Ghamkhari S M. A cross-sectional study on the effect of Islamic work ethic on the administrative health system with the mediating role of nurses' spiritual capital during Covid-19 pandemic (2020). J Educ Ethics Nurs. 2021; 10 (1 and 2) :76-86
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