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The relationship between health promotion behaviors of nurses and quality nursing of care
Zari Mohammadyari , Sarieh Poortaghi * , Shahzad Pashaepoor , Shima Haghani
Nurssing and Midwifery Care Research Center, Iran University of Medical Sciences , spoortaghi@gmail.com
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Introduction: Improving the quality of nursing care is one of the most challenging issues in recent years in the health system. Perhaps one of the factors affecting the quality of nursing care is the ability of nurses to increase control over improving and maintaining health,
 This study aimed to determine the relationship between health promoting behaviors and quality nursing care in nurses of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, was conducted in 1399.
Methods : This cross-sectional study was a descriptive-correlational study. The research population included all nurses working in departments of Imam Khomeini Hospital complex affiliated to Tehran University of Medical Sciences, except for special departments, emergency room and operating room and their patients. Finally, 200 nurses were selected using quota and random sampling method and 600 patients were selected using available sampling method based on the entry criteria from September to November 2019. Data were collected and analyzed with using of demographic questionnaire, International Health Promoting Behavior Questionnaire (HPLP-II) and researcher-made questionnaire on the quality of nursing care (from the patient's perspective) and with the help of SPSS software version 16 in two sections: descriptive statistics and inferential statistics
Results: . In general, from the point of view of more than half of the patients,  57.3% , the quality of nursing care was good. The mean total score of health-promoting behaviors was (128/93±22/45). The highest mean score was obtained in the dimension of "responsibility" (2.89 ± 0.51) and the lowest mean score was obtained in the dimension of "physical activity" (1.89 ± 0.72).  The mean total score of nursing care quality was (3.10 ± 0.45). The highest mean score was obtained in the field of "nursing ethics" (3.27 ± 0.52) and the lowest mean score was obtained in the field of "patient education" (2.88 ± 0.68). Finally, health-promoting behaviors only in the dimension of nutrition had a statistically significant correlation with the quality of nursing  in the dimension of nursing   ethics (ρ = 0.027), which was a negative correlation.
Conclusion:  In general, there was no statistically significant relationship between health-promoting behaviors and the quality of nursing care, and the quality of nursing care was good from the patients' point of view. Also, in other results, due to the low physical activity of nurses, it is necessary to implement health education programs with emphasis on physical activity among them. Given that, the patient education had the lowest score. More time plans should be devoted to education and emphasis on the importance of this issue and its impact on accelerating the healing process and reducing the complications of the disease.

 
Keywords: Health Promoting Behaviors, Quality of Nursing Care, Nurses
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Type of Study: Community Health Nursing | Subject: nursing
Received: 2022/01/8 | Accepted: 2022/08/15 | Published: 2022/08/1
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mohammadyari Z, poortaghi S, pashaepoor S, haghani S. The relationship between health promotion behaviors of nurses and quality nursing of care. IJNR 2022; 17 (3) :16-26
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