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    The Impact of Paternalistic Leadership Behaviour on Organizational Trust among Healthcare Professionals
    (Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar Üniversitesi, 2021-12-01) Bektaş, Gülfer; Kanatlı, Kübra; İşçi, Emre
    ABSTRACT Objective: The aim of the current study was to investigate the impact of paternalistic leadership on organizational trust among healthcare professionals. As a starting point, it acknowledges that the impact of paternalistic leadership may vary depending on the cultural values of a given society. The study then offers the regression model between the variables among with implications of this relationship for healthcare management. Methods: A questionnaire-based cross-sectional study and face-to-face interviews were conducted at a private hospital group in Istanbul. The study sample encompassed 329 employees. In data analysis and evaluations, frequency tables, central and prevalence criteria, Pearson’s correlation test and simple linear regression analysis were employed and analysed with the SPSS 20 statistical package program. Results: A statistically significant and positive correlation was found between paternalistic leadership behaviour and organizational trust (r = 0.669, p = 0.000; R2 = 0.448). The analysis indicated that paternalistic leadership behaviour explained about 45% of the variance in organizational trust. Conclusion: In study, it was found that paternalistic leadership behaviours are strongly related to organizational trust among healthcare professionals. Paternalistic leadership, particularly in collectivist cultures with high power-distance structures, may yield to positive organizational outcomes.
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    The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Organizational Commitment Among Generation Y Healthcare Employees
    (Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar Üniversitesi, 2021-12-01) Bektaş, Gülfer; Mısırlıoğlu, Volkan; İşçi, Emre
    ABSTRACT Objective: This study reported on the knowledge on the factors impacting job satisfaction and organizational commitment in the healthcare sector. It critically examined the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment among Generational Y healthcare workers. Methods: The study involved 236 healthcare professionals working in a private healthcare group in Istanbul, The primary method of data collection was a questionnaire composed of three sections. The first section recorded data concerning participants’ demographic information. The second and third sections aimed to assess the participant’s job satisfaction and organizational commitment by applying the Minnesota Job Satisfaction scale and the Organizational Commitment scale developed by Meyer and Allen. In data analysis and evaluations, frequency tables, central and prevalence criteria, Pearson’s correlation test and simple linear regression analysis were employed and analysed in the SPSS 20 statistical package program. Results: Of 236 healthcare workers, 49.4% of the participants expressed that they have been working in the organization for 1 to 5 years. Among those healthcare workers who belonged to generation Y, a significant and positive relationship was found between job satisfaction and organizational commitment (r = 0.719, p = 0.000). Conclusion: Our study results demonstrated a positive and significant relationship between job satisfaction and their organizational commitment among Generation Y healthcare workers. Among the factors identified, it was observed that pecuniary and moral support received by employees have increased the perception of job satisfaction, whereas economic security and rewards associated with the employment strengthened organizational commitment. The study discussed human resources practices that will strengthen job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
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    Changing Behaviors of Adults for Ensuring the Food Hygiene During Covid-19 Outbreak: The Case of Turkey
    (Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar Üniversitesi, 2021-12-01) Sağlam, Duygu; Arıcı Çolak , Gözde; Baş, Murat
    ABSTRACT Objective: The aim of this study is to determine the behavior of individuals for buying, preparing, and cooking processes of the foods during the Covid-19 epidemic. Materials and Methods: This study carried out with 999 adult individuals, 15.0% (n = 150) men and 85.0% (n = 849) women, aged 19-65. The questionnaire includes questions regarding the provision of food hygiene before and during the Covid-19 outbreak. Results: While the preference rate for markets’ take-out services increased in the Covid-19 epidemic process (22.8% before Covid-19; 55.7% in the Covid-19 outbreak), there was a decrease in the proportion of those who preferred neighborhood farm markets (66.8% before Covid-19; 27.5% during Covid-19 outbreak) (p <0.01). The proportion of those who chose to buy packaged bread and fruit during the epidemic also increased (p = 0.001). Conclusion: No scientific data are available on the consumption of nutrients with a potentially contaminated risk and the transmission of the virus. However, it is believed that the concerns about carrying this virus with food can be prevented by the consumers more carefully applying the routine hygiene rules.
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    Outcomes of Endovenous Cyanoacrylate Closure Using Venaseal System for Chronic Venous Insufficiency
    (Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar Üniversitesi, 2021-12-01) Temur, Bahar; Aydın, Selim
    ABSTRACT Purpose: Endovenous cyanoacrylate closure of saphenous veins is a nonthermal, nonsclerosant ablation technique with satisfactory results. The objective of this study is to indicate the impact of Venaseal closure system in chronic venous insufficiency. Methods: Between March 2014- March 2019, 27 patients underwent a total of 40 procedures with the VenaSeal closure system for symptomatic saphenous vein reflux in our hospital. Beside glue ablation procedures, 16 patients underwent concomitant mini phlebectomy, 3 patients underwent perforan vein ligation and 1 patient underwent anterior accessory saphenous vein ligation. The mean age of the patients were 44.4±13.8 (19-67). Doppler ultrasound of the target vein was performed one and 12 months after treatment. Tumescent anesthesia and compression stockings were not used. Results: Mean follow up time was 34.3 ±17 months. The anatomical success rate was 100% at 1 month and 100% at 1 year and there was no recanalization in treated vein segment. All procedures were well tolerated with a median visual analog scale (VAS) pain score of 3.0 (range: 2–5) on a 10-point scale. The mean pre-operative revised venous clinical severity score was 7.5±2.6, which improved to 2.6±0.7, p< 0.001 at one month follow-up. Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary thromboembolism were not detected. Phlebitis was seen in 2 (7,4%) patients and hypersensitivity reaction occured in one patient (3,7%). Conclusion: Endovenous cyanoacrylate closure of refluxing saphenous veins offers a safe and effective treatment with reduced side effects.