The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 6
Page No. 910 - 917

Examine the Relationship Between Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Organizational Health in Specialty and Subspecialty Seyyed-al-Shohada Hospital Staff, Urmia

Authors : Vahid Alinejad, Abdolkarim Shadmehr, Shekoufeh kazemi Asfeh, Reza Gholizade and Ehsan Tabbakhi

Abstract: Today’s world is the world of the dynamics and evolution that have enormous impact on thought and behavior. In the treatment unit of the country because of relationship and interaction with suffering people of the community and given the heavy burden on the country’s medical institutions, organizational health is considered necessary. In the present study, we are to examine the relationship between organizational citizenship behavior and organizational health in specialty and subspecialty Seyyed-al-Shohada hospital staff, Urmia. This study is a descriptive correlational study. Statistical community include all Seyyed-al-shohada hospital staff, Urmia, using stratified simple random sampling, 150 patients were recruited. Research instruments include organizational health questionnaire and citizenship behavior questionnaire. Data was analyzed after validity and reliability using SPSS 16 Software and statistical correlation coefficient regression methods. According, to data from 150 employees of Seyyed-al-Shohada hospital, each three organizational health including organizational duties dimension with mean 3.00 and standard deviation of 45% and elongation of 35%, inter-organizational processes dimension with 2.98 mean and standard deviation of 42% and the elongation of -26% and then growth and organizational change with 3.10 mean and standard deviation of 43% and elongation of -10% were assessed as moderate.

How to cite this article:

Vahid Alinejad, Abdolkarim Shadmehr, Shekoufeh kazemi Asfeh, Reza Gholizade and Ehsan Tabbakhi, 2016. Examine the Relationship Between Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Organizational Health in Specialty and Subspecialty Seyyed-al-Shohada Hospital Staff, Urmia. The Social Sciences, 11: 910-917.

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