Volume 4, Issue 6 (2011)                   J Med Educ Dev 2011, 4(6): 10-19 | Back to browse issues page

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rahimi H, siadat A, hoveida R, nasrabadi H, shahin A. The analysis of organizational pathology in University of Isfahan medical sciences on based of six box model and its relationship with organizational health. J Med Educ Dev. 2011; 4 (6) :10-19
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Background and objective: The analysis of organizational pathology in University of Isfahan medical sciences based on six box model and its relationship with organizational health is the good of the study. The research questions were examined while considering organizational pathology university of Isfahan medical sciences based on six box model and relationship with organizational health and considering the demographic variables. Material and Methods: Research method was descriptive - correlation type. Statistical population consisted of 643 faculty members of university of Isfahan medical sciences on in 2010-2011 academic years. 91 persons were selected by stratified random sampling method. Research instrument were organizational pathology questionnaires with 77 items and organizational health questionnaires with 26 items. Reliability of the questionnaires was estimated by Cronbach's alpha. (0.94 and 0.96).The Data was analysis through inferential statistics (correlation test, regression and variance analysis). Results and Conclusion: Research findings revealed there is negative relationship between dimension of organizational pathology and organizational health. There is a positive and significant difference between views of faculty members about organizational diagnosis on based on gender and ranking but there wasn’t significant difference between academic field and employment status. There is a positive and significant difference between views of faculty members about organizational health on basis ranking but there wasn’t significant difference between gender, academic field and employment status.
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Type of Study: Orginal Research |
Received: 2011/04/4 | Accepted: 2011/08/28

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