Rev. OFIL 2017, 27;3:257-263
Fecha de recepción: 15/09/2017 – Fecha de aceptación: 21/10/2017
Pérez-Díez C, Real Campaña JM, Idoipe Tomás A, Vinués Salas C, Abad Sazatornil MR
Servicio de Farmacia. Hospital Universitario Miguel Servet. Zaragoza (España)
Cristina Pérez Díez
Hospital Universitario Miguel Servet
(Servicio de Farmacia)
Pº Isabel la Católica, 1-3
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Objectives: To determine the laboral climate (LC) and professional quality of life (PQL) perceived by Hospital Pharmacy Service (HPS) professionals.
Methods: Cross-sectional study. Voluntary, confidential and anonymous questionnaire adapted: 16 questions likert 1-5, one dichotomous on possibility of transfer to another unit and 3 open to suggestions; variable: professional category. It included the HPS staff (2007 and 2010) and all professionals (2014) working in the HPS at the time of the survey. Statistical analysis: qualitative variables: proportions and percentages; quantitative variables: means and standard deviations; Contrast qualitative variables: Chi-square test; comparison of means: Mann Whitney test and Kruskal-Wallis. Professional categories C, D and E were grouped into a group (group C).
Results: The participation rate was 74%, 67% and 75% in 2007, 2010 and 2014, respectively. Perceived job satisfaction: 3.63±0.94, better between pharmacist (group A) (3.89±0.68, p=0.026). Nurses (group B) greater perceived stress (4.60±0.55, p=0.05) and 80% would request a transfer to another clinical unit (p=0.006). Group C sees better “to be proud to belong to Salud” (4.03±0.94, p=0.041) and “personal realtionships between partners are good” (3.96±0.69; p=0.001). Over seven years, the satisfaction of the pharmacist have significantly increased with the training for their position (p=0.028) and overall satisfaction (p=0.049).
Conclusions: The determination of the CL and PQL of HPS professionals has allowed planning strategies to improve quality of care.
Key Words: Professional quality of life, laboral climate, hospital pharmacy.