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Dargahi H, Mehrani F, Partovi Shayan Z. Assessment of leadership among clinical laboratories managers of teaching hospitals: Quantum leadership approach. Journal of Inflammatory Diseases. 2017; 21 (4) :55-45
URL: http://journal.qums.ac.ir/article-1-2191-en.html
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Background: Quantum leadership approach causes efficient and effective procedures among health care organizations, specially clinical laboratories.
Objective: This research was aimed to determine the status of quantum leadership dimensions among all management levels of clinical laboratories of teaching hospitals of medical sciences universities in Tehran.
Methods: This descriptive, analytical and cross-sectional study was induced among 180 managers of 35 clinical laboratories of Iran, Shahid Beheshti and Tehran Universities of Medical Sciences 2016. The research tool was researcher - constructed questionnaire of quantum skills, demographic details that its content and face validity and reliability were confirmed. For analysis of data, T-test and ANOVA techniques were used.
Findings: Most of the studied clinical laboratories managers were male, married, with 15-20 years work experiences, 1-5 years managerial services, and minimally one training courses in clinical laboratory management. The managers had relatively desired and desired score of quantum skills and leadership respectively. Also, there was significant correlation between quantum leadership with age (P=0.01), and with management training courses (P=0.02).
Conclusion: It is expected this paradigm may change the clinical laboratory management in the near future with regards to desirability of quantum leadership dimensions among clinical laboratories.

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