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Investigating the Impact of Cultural Capital Dimensions on Nurses' Occupational Error and Professional Ethics with Emphasis on Their Biological Experience
Nafiseh Arabzadeh , Mohammad Mehdi Naderi * , Alireza Esmaili
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Azadshahr Branch. Islamic Azad university. Iran , Naderimm@yyahoo.com
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Introduction : The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of cultural capital dimensions on occupational error and professional ethics of nurses with emphasis on their biological experience.
Methods: The present research method is correlational and applied and the statistical population of the research is nurses working in two hospitals (Ghaem and Razavi) in Mashhad, the number of which is 580 people, of which 230 people were selected as a random sample. Two standard questionnaires (professional ethics and cultural capital) were used to collect data. the reliability of the questionnaires with Cronbach's alpha higher than 0.860 was evaluated as optimal and the data were analyzed using SPSS and smartpls2 statistical software. The theoretical approach of the research was also a combination of theories.
Results: According to the results, cultural capital did not show a significant relationship with the professional ethics of nurses. The coefficient of determination R2 for the dependent variable shows, also the value of 0.617 obtained from the overall fit of the GOF criterion indicates that the utility model has a high level.
Conclusion: Therefore, based on the results, it can be said that in order to improve the level of professional ethics in nurses, special attention should be paid to the component of cultural capital.

Keywords: Keywords: Cultural Capital, Occupational Error, Professional Ethics, Biological Experience, Nurses
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Type of Study: Nursing Education | Subject: nursing
Received: 2020/10/9 | Accepted: 2021/04/8 | Published: 2021/12/31

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