The effect of role stress, job satisfaction, self-efficacy and nurses’ adaptability on service quality in public hospitals of Wajo
International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences
Article publication date: 19 June 2017
This study aimed to determine the effect of role conflict and role ambiguity on job satisfaction, self-efficacy and nurses’ adaptability and improvement in service quality by analysis of quality function deployment.
This study used a cross-sectional study design. The research sample of 115 nurses and 299 patients was obtained through the use of probability sampling techniques. Data were statistically analyzed using Spearman’s test to see the correlation between independent and dependent variables. Kruskal–Wallis and one-way ANOVA were used to see the differences and quality function deployment analysis was conducted to improve service quality.
The study concluded there is influence of role conflict and role ambiguity on job satisfaction, self-efficacy and nurses’ adaptability. There are differences in role ambiguity in the inpatient unit, critical room and the emergency room.
The quality of service in the hospital can be improved by evaluating the behavior of nurses on the quality of service perceived by the patient. In addition, the necessary improvement of discipline and commitment between physicians and nurses in improving the quality of services at the hospital.
With this measure, the management of nursing at the hospital can translate patient’s needs into specific plans to produce products and services that bring together the needs of the patient to service quality.
Kadir, A.R., Kamariah, N., Saleh, A. and , R. (2017), "The effect of role stress, job satisfaction, self-efficacy and nurses’ adaptability on service quality in public hospitals of Wajo", International Journal of Quality and Service Sciences, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp. 184-202. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJQSS-10-2016-0074
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