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Ebrahimipour H. A Compariative Study About the Rate of Presenting Initial and In-Service Training Courses for Employees in General Teaching Hospitals Affiliated with IUMS, 1380 . jha. 2002; 5 (13) :45-50
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The research has been carried out on rate of presenting initial and in-service training courses for employees in hospitals affiliated with Iran University of Medical Sciences. 182 employees of the followiong departments of four general-teaching hospitals were selected by stratify and sampling method for the study: Financial, radiology and supply departments as well as nursing office and service department. In this study required data has been collected by questionnaire and the collected data has been analyzed by cross-sectional statistic. Findings were as follow: • Rasool hospital had the highest rate of participation of employees III initial training courses (X=O.9) and Firoozabadi hospital had the lowest (X=O.5). • Nursing office had the highest rate of participation of the employee in initial training courses (X=2.2) and supply department had the lowest (X=OA). • Haftetir hopital had the highest rate of participation of the employees III in-service training courses (X=1.45) and Firoozabadi hospital had the lowest (X=O.97). • Nursing office had the highest rate of participation of employees in service training in these hospitals (X=2.2) and the service department had the lowest (X=O.35). The findings of this study revealed that the rate of presgnting training courses in this hospitals is not adequate and the logistic department had the lowest rate of traning courses than the clinical and paraclinical departments.
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Received: 2008/11/9

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