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۱What is the decision–making style of competent nurses?
اطلاعات انتشار: کنفرانس بین‌المللی پژوهش در علوم رفتاری و اجتماعی، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۲۱
Background: Decision–making is a unique concept in nursing, affected by personal characteristics, profession and environmental factors. Awareness of decision–making style of nurses who have high clinical competence is fundamental for establishing the proper educative programs. In this order, the current study was conducted to determine the correlation between general decision–making style and clinical competence of nurses.Methods: In a correlational research, 204 nurses working in educational hospitals of Kermanshah recruited to the study. The tools included clinical competence of Benner and Scott and Bruce decision–making styles questioners. Data collected by referring to the workplace of samples, after completing the instruments, they entered to SPSS–16 software, and analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics.Results: Mean and Standard deviation of total clinical competence was 69.56± 10.74. The mean number of rational decision– making (17.97± 3.07) and intuitive decision–making (17.95± 3.43) styles was higher than other styles. There was positive relationship between rational(r=0.209 P=0.003) and intuitive (r=0.193 P=0.006) decision– making styles with clinical competence, significantly.Conclusion: in this study, there was positive relationship between rational and intuitive decision– making styles with clinical competence, so, in order to reinforce these styles in nurses and nursing students; it is suggested for designing the appropriate educational programs and incorporating them in nursing curriculum.<\div>

۲Second Language Writing Theory and Second Language Writing Instruction in Iran: A Mismatched Couple?
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اطلاعات انتشار: سومین کنفرانس بین المللی پژوهشهای کاربردی در مطالعات زبان، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۱۲
The present study describes an attempt to investigate the extent to which second language writing theories are appropriately applied in writing classes held in Iran. To do this, three different advanced writing classes were carefully observed for one session, and their instructors were interviewed when classes finished. The results showed that although writing instructors were fairly familiar with most of the current theories of second language writing, these theories were not put into practice, and a traditional, grammar–is–prime position dominated the classes. However, because of the small sample size, caution must be applied, as the findings might not be transferable to other classes. So, some cross–country research needs to be done in order to determine whether second language writing theories in Iran are effectively used in writing classes or not<\div>
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