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'Iranian perioperative Nurses’ Perception of Moral Courage and Its Relationship with the Professional Values

Author: MARYAM CHEHREHGOSHA, ZAHRA ROYANI, SOHEYLA KALANTARI, NEDA ASADI, FATEMEH HOSEINI, NAVISA SEYEDGHASEMI
Abstract: Introduction: Nowadays, the concept of moral courage in nurses has gained a lot of attention due to the interest in moral virtues. In addition, the main part of the professional performance in nursing consists of professional values. The present study aims to evaluate the perception of perioperative nurses of moral courage and the relationship with professional values among perioperative Nurses’ of the university hospitals. Design: In this cross-sectional study, the data were collected by moral courage questionnaire of Sekerka, and the of Shank and Wies’ nursing professional values. 110 perioperative nurses from seven university hospitals were selected. The data were analyzed (SPSS ver=16). Findings: The mean score, 87.96±13.06, represented in perioperative nurses. In addition, the mean score of professional values was 103.05±14.61, which displayed a positive attitude of perioperative nurses toward the professional values. Moral courage demonstrated a strong statistical relationship with professional values (r=0.67, P<0.0001) Conclusion: Based on the results, a high relationship was observed between moral courage and professional values. Therefore, supporting the moral capacities of nurses can result in providing value-based care in an organization.
Keyword: perioperative nurse, moral courage, professional values
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.037
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