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A study on the attitude of physicians and nurses of Kashan Hospitals about the charter of patients’ right, 2003
Fateme Rangraz jeddi *, Reza Rabiee
, rangrazejeddi_F@kaums.ac.ir
Abstract:   (6791 Views)

Background: The charter of patients’ right has designed to support medical care to patients without any discrimination. It is a very effective way for facilitation of patients and health care providers’ relationship.

Materials and Methods: It is a descriptive cross sectional study on 285 physician and nurses. Data collected by completion of a questionnaire and analyzed with Chi Square test.

Results: it was found that 74.5% of physicians and nurses are agree with the charter, and the highest agreement was for keeping privacy of the patients information (95.84%). There was no significant difference between physicians and nurses and in males and females.

Conclusion: In spite of general agreement with the patients’ right charter it seems that there are different concepts between health care providers and patients, and it needs special plans for solving this problem.

Keywords: Patients, Right charter, Attitude
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2008/10/28 | Published: 2006/10/15


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