[포스터] 병원약사의 조직몰입에 관한 연구
-전문직업성에 따른 지원적 조직환경의 영향을 중심으로-
2019년 추계학술대회 초록
- Moon-ok Ahno, Hyo-keun Jeong, Mi-young Ahna
Department of Pharmacy, Veterans Health Service Medical Center, D. Phil in Social Policy, Kookmin Universitya
- Organizational Commitment, Hospital Pharmacists, Supportive Organizational Environment, Professionalism
[Purpose] This study examines how supportive organizational environment(SOE) influences on organizational commitment(the attitudes and behaviors to devote themselves to their organization, OC) of hospital pharmacists in South Korea. In particular, we have analyzed the role of professionalism in the relationship.
[Methods] This study included South Korean hospital pharmacists, who had responded to our survey questionnaire from August to September, 2017. SPSS Statistics version 23 was utilized in the data analysis. The components having an eigen value greater than 1 were attained from the factor analyses for PF, OC and SOE. The effect of each factor of SOE was evaluated by regression analysis, while the mediation effect of PF was ascertained by mediation analysis.
[Results] Factor analysis(over 0.7 Cronbach’s α) showed that the PF of hospital pharmacists was determined by a ‘professional organization as a major referent(0.722)’, ‘mission in public service(0.851)’, and ‘autonomy(0.726)’. The OC of hospital pharmacists to a hospital organization was decided by the fourth dimensional perspective that comprises ‘affective OC(to identify with organization affectively)(0.861)’, ‘continuance benefit OC(to commite increase benefits as a result of tenure)(0.759)’, ‘continuance alternative OC(to be in continuous service because there is no alternatives)(0.635)’ and ‘normative OC(to commit because it is morally right)(0.741)’. The supportive organizational environment recognized by hospital pharmacists was determined by ‘organizational support(0.87)’, ‘educational support(0.918)’, ‘supervisory support(0.908)’, and ‘colleague support(0.921)’. The result of regression analysis substantiated that organizational support influences affective commitment(p<0.001) and supervisor support affects both affective(p<0.01) and normative(p<0.05) commitments. It was confirmed that professionalism concurrently affects affective(p<0.001) and normative(p<0.001) commitments as well as the mediation effect that reinforces organizational commitment. (p<0.01)
[Conclusion] The higher the professionalism, the stronger the organizational commitment by hospital pharmacists. Thus, respecting autonomy and reflecting the opinions and needed welfare of hospital pharmacists by hospital organizations are necessary in strengthening such professionalism. Besides, supervisors should have an interest in job performance and clear work objectives of hospital pharmacists. Furthermore, the infinite target of pharmacists’ behaviors should be one that stimulates the sense of duty to promote the public interest.
- P-75. 안문옥(보훈공단 중앙보훈병원).pdf