Examining Social Responsibility Perceptions of Nurses: A Case Study of Istanbul Province

Gulay Tamer


By analyzing the development of social responsibility understanding, this work applies to the health sector with the participation of health workers in order to demonstrate the perception of corporate social responsibility. Within the scope of this study; to measure nurses' perceptions of social responsibility and to analyze the interaction between perception and demographic characteristics; Surveys including demographic statistics and indications of social responsibility were given to three hundred nurses working in public hospitals in the Istanbul city. As a result, 250 out of 300 surveys were withdrawn and included in the study (the percentage of feedback was 83.3%). According to the data obtained from the survey, the average score of the participants was 3.13, thus the perception of corporate social responsibility in health care workers was found to be high. However, it is observed that the perceptions of social responsibility of nurses vary according to rank, gender and education.

Key words: Social Responsibility, Nurse, Health worker, corporate social responsibility

Special Issue of Health Sciences

DOI: 10.7176/JSTR/6-03-24

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ISSN (online) 2422-8702