The Effects of Role Conflict on Nursing Faculty; A Systematic Review

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 4 خرداد 1395

Abstract:

Nursing education in Iran is along with many other developing countries.Moving in advanced nursing education will rise to new challenges for nursing faculty. Roleconflict is one of the challenges, which easily happen in nursing faculties. There are fewstudies with different results about the role conflict in nursing faculties around the world. Thisstudy has been done to determine the role conflict levels and effects.Methods: this is a systematic review study, and it has been done purposeful form by focusingon research questions. A computerized search was performed systematically since January1998 to May 2014, by using five key words: role conflict, nursing faculty, nursing instructor,nursing teacher, nursing lecturer in Science direct, EBSCO Host, PubMed, Pro Quest, SIDdatabases. Full text of suitable articles were selected and analyzed after several steps ofevaluation.Results: According to search criteria, among 35622 articles, we finally selected 11. Theresults are expressed in two general categories including; levels of role conflict, andconsequences of role conflict. Nursing faculty experienced different levels of role conflict inreviewed studies. This study showed that role conflict has personal and organizational effects.Conclusion: Role Conflict is normal and inevitable phenomenon in educational organization.Therefore, nursing faculty members could experience role conflict frequently. Understandingthe nature of the conflict and its effects on nursing faculty could be playing an important rolein the prediction and prevention of adverse effects in universities. The results of this studyprovide valuable information about the role conflict levels and the consequences foreducational managers.

Authors

Amir Hosein Pishgooie

Nursing faculty, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences,Tehran, Iran

Abolfazl Rahimi

Nursing Department, Nursing faculty, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Morteza Khaghanizadeh

Behavioral Sciences Research Center, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran