Oya Çelebi Çakıroğlu

Oya Çelebi Çakıroğlu
Istanbul Medeniyet Universitesi · Faculty of Health Sciences

PhD

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Aim To discover nurses’ views on change management processes in healthcare settings. Background Since “change” is an inevitable fact of today’s healthcare environments, developing change management competencies at all levels is a must to survive and compete for the organizations and professionals in the healthcare systems. Methods A descriptive q...
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Background The geriatric population is supposed to be at high risk for psychological distress as well as adverse outcomes and mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aimed to investigate the levels of depression, anxiety, death anxiety and life satisfaction levels and factors related to life satisfaction in individuals aged 65 years and...
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Aim The aim of this study was to develop a new instrument to evaluate healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards female workers in the healthcare settings—the Attitude Scale Towards Female Workers (ASTFW)—and test its psychometric properties. Design This is a scale development study. Method A three‐phase structure was used: (1) creating the item...
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Purpose This study aimed to test the psychometric properties of the Gender Roles Attitudes Scale‐Turkish Version (GRAS‐TR) and evaluate nursing students' gender role attitudes. Design and Methods This was a psychometric and descriptive study. The sample consisted of 916 nursing students at two state universities in Turkey. Findings The content va...
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This study aims to explore the COVID‐19 experiences of Turkish female academics in terms of gender roles by focusing on how these women have dealt with domestic and academic responsibilities. The study group consisted of 21 female academics working from home, along with their spouses. Interpretative phenomenological analysis was used to analyze the...
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The globalization of healthcare systems and information has increased the importance of international learning and mobility programs in nursing education. This research aimed to explore and describe the lived experiences of nurses studying abroad with the Erasmus program during their undergraduate education. This is a descriptive phenomenological s...
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Objective: Narcissistic personality characteristics, workaholism and loneliness at work in particular affect directly the managers' success in the workplace environment. The aim of this study is to define the socio-demographic characteristics affecting the narcissistic personality characteristics and workaholism levels of the nurse managers as well...
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Original Article The relationship between attitudes towards change and five factor personality traits in nurses A ttitudes towards change are defined as the responses people have to change. In the literature on this subject, it is stated that regardless of what the changes are, members of an organization offer different responses. These responses c...
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Background: In many countries health services are accepted as a service that should be given by the state. However, it can be seen that globalization and neoliberal policies have caused this mindset to disappear gradually. The state's role within the health system and its policies in the field of health are determinants of the state's way of offeri...
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AIM: This study was conducted to evaluate the academic staff teaching the “Nursing Management” course and to assess the current content of the course in the undergraduate nursing programs of the state universities in Turkey. METHODS: Design of the study is descriptive. Population of the study consists of seventy-eight undergraduate nursing programs...
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In 1980s, neoliberal policies began to dominate. Thereupon, health policies in the world changed and reforms in the field of health began to be implemented. These reforms were led by international organizations such as especially The World Bank. The reforms which were began to be implemented in Turkey in 2003 under the name "Health Transformation P...
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Küreselleşme olgusunun etkisi ile birlikte uluslararası örgütlerin öncülüğünde Türkiye’nin de içinde yer aldığı gelişmekte olan birçok ülkede önemli politik değişiklikler yaşanmıştır. Bu kapsamda sağlık alanında meydana gelen makro ölçekli bir değişim olarak “Sağlıkta Dönüşüm Programı” uygulamaya konulmuştur. “Sağlıkta Dönüşüm Programı” uygulamasın...
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Narcissism which is one of he component of the dark triad is known as the pursuit of gratification from vanity or egoistic admiration of one's own attributes. Narcissists tend to demonstrate a lack of interest in warm and caring interpersonal relationships. The second concept workaholism that is hold in this study means working compulsively. While...

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