The effect of organizational justice program for nurses’ leaders on the creativity of their staff nurses at work
Aliaa Ezz El Din Abd El Moaty, Gehan Mohamed Ahmed Mostafa and Lamiaa Ismail Zaki Keshk
Background: Organizational justice encourages the employee to work in healthy environment which is suitable to work creatively.
Aim: The curent study aimed to explore The Effect of Organizational Justice Program for nurses’ leaders on the Creativity of their Staff Nurses at Work.
Subjects and Methods: A convenience sample of nurses leaders were included (N=48). Also, convenience sample of staff nurses were included (N=110). Two tools were used before, after and follow up implementing educational program, named organizational justice scale and creativity questionnaire sheet.
Results: More than three quarters of the studied nurses’ leaders had high level of organizational justice after implementation of educational program. More than half of the studied staff nurses had high level of creativity after implementation of educational program. There was a highly significant statistical positive correlation between total score of organizational justice scale and total score of creativity among the studied group.
Conclusion: The educational program for nurses’ leaders was effective and improved their level of justice; thereby it contributes to improve the creativity level of staff nurses at work.
Recommendations: The study recommended with providing continuous training programs to develop nurses’ leaders and nurses' capabilities which helps in improving their creativity.
Aliaa Ezz El Din Abd El Moaty, Gehan Mohamed Ahmed Mostafa, Lamiaa Ismail Zaki Keshk. The effect of organizational justice program for nurses’ leaders on the creativity of their staff nurses at work. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2022;5(1):33-39.