An Investigation of effective factors on nurses' speech errors

Tafaroji yeganeh*, Maryam (2016) An Investigation of effective factors on nurses' speech errors. Yafte, 18 (4).

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Abstract

Background : Speech errors are a branch of psycholinguistic science. Speech error or slip of tongue is a natural process that happens to everyone. The importance of this research is because of sensitivity and importance of nursing in which the speech errors may be interfere in the treatment of patients, but unfortunately no research has been done yet in this field.This research has been done to study the factors (personality, stress, fatigue and insomnia) which cause speech errors happen to nurses of Ilam province. Materials and Methods: The sample of this correlation-descriptive research consists of 50 nurses working in Mustafa Khomeini Hospital of Ilam province who were selected randomly. Our data were collected using The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, NEO-Five Factor Inventory and Expanded Nursing Stress Scale, and were analyzed using SPSS version 20, descriptive, inferential and multivariate linear regression or two-variable statistical methods (with significant level: p≤0. 05.) Results: 30 (60%) of nurses participating in the study were female and 19 (38%) were male. In this study, all three factors (type of personality, stress and fatigue) have significant effects on nurses' speech errors Conclusion: 30 (60%) of nurses participating in the study were female and 19 (38%) were male. In this study, all three factors (type of personality, stress and fatigue) have significant effects on nurses' speech errors. Keywords: Speech errors, Slip of tongue, Type of personality, Stress, Fatigue, Nurse.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Depositing User: Samira Sepahvandy
Date Deposited: 05 Mar 2017 08:25
Last Modified: 05 Mar 2017 08:36
URI: http://eprints.lums.ac.ir/id/eprint/404

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