2019 - Mukaddes ÖRS - https://doi.org/10.30569/adiyamansaglik.588511
Özet:Aim: This research aims to examinet heattitudes and perceptions about social justice of midwives and nurses working in a training and research hospita, family health centers and community health centers according to various variables. Methods: The population of there search contains of 552 midwives and nurses working in a training and research hospital, in Family Health Centers and Community Health Centers in Amasya Provincial Health Directorate in 2018. In order to determine the attitudes and perceptions of midwives and nurses about social justice, the Social Justice Scale (Yıldız, 2011), a Turkish adaptation study developed by Ljubotina (2004), was used. In the data analysis, ANOVA test and t- test were applied. Results: ANOVA test, it was put forward that the social justice scale scores of midwives and nurses participating in the study showed a significantly difference according to educations tatus, t-test, it was also brought out that the social justice scales cores of midwives and nurses participating in the study showed a significantly difference according to gender. Accordingly, the social justice scales cores of male staff (29.00) are more positive than the social justice scale scores of female staff (27.38). Conclusion: It was concluded that midwives and nurses' perceptions of social justice were positive but not high.There fore, midwives and nursess hould be provided with in-service training on social justice; It may be suggested to include social justice courses in midwifery and nursing undergraduate programs.
Anahtar Kelime:Socialjustice, Adult Education, Midwives