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Articles by Meysam Safi Keykale
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  HamidReza Shetabi , Seyed Qasem Mirbahari , Amir Ashkan Nasiripour , Meysam Safi Keykale , Hadis Mohammadi , Afshin Esfandnia , Shahla Safari , Mahmoud Kazemi and Mohsen Mohammadi
  The rate of efficiency could be a measure to evaluate performance and profitability of resources usage in hospitals, considering their importance as the biggest and most expensive medical and health system, operative unit. Present research aims to evaluate Kermanshah City’s educational and academics hospitals efficiency. Present research is descriptive-analytical and was executed in cross sectional manner among 7 educational universities of Kermanshah City during 2013 and data was gathered by Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and are analysed by means of Deap2 Software. Considering research’s findings, the median of technical, managerial and scale efficiency of educational-medical hospitals of Kermanshah Medical University was equal to 0.876, 0.969 and 0.901 during 2013, respectively. Among all studied hospitals, 1 hospital (14.28% of all hospitals) had an increase in their efficiency and 2 hospitals (28.57% of all hospitals) had a decrease in their efficiency and 4 hospitals (57.14% of all hospitals) had a constant efficiency equal to number one. What’s more, 57.14% of hospitals had a constant efficiency in comparison to the scale, 28.57% of hospitals had a decreasing efficiency in comparison to the scale and 14.58% of hospitals had an increasing efficiency in comparison to the scale. Considering that active bed is an important factor at decreasing and increasing hospitals’ technical efficiency, eliminating surplus human resources, proper energy management to decrease hospital’s surplus expenses with a complete plane and based on DEA Method’s findings are suggested to increase hospitals’ efficiency.
  Mohammad Reza Maleki , Soheila Gholami , Alireza Moosazadeh , Meysam Safi Keykale , Mahnaz Ali Janzadeh and Mahran Alijanzadeh
  Professionalism is a crucial factor in responsibility and accountability to patients. Identifying current conditions of professionalism among students is necessary for planning and policy making. The aim of the present study was to investigate professionalism among students of Qazvin (Iran) University of Medical Sciences. This cross sectional study conducted in 2015 and consisted of 200 clinical students of Qazvin University of Medical Sciences. Multistage sampling was used and samples were selected by random sampling. The most important variables were altruism, accountability, excellence, duty, honor, practice habit and respect. The instrument of collecting data was a standard 32-item questionnaire of professionalism. In order to determine the scope of values and beliefs, a 5-scale Likert scale was used in each item. Instrument reliability tools were Cronbach alpha 0.89 and Test-Retest 0.88. Age average of the participants was 23.85±3.93. 120 participants (60%) were females. The lowest scores of professionalism were for altruism (3.65±0.69) and accountability (4.22±58). The highest scores were of respect (4.31±0.57) and practice habit (4.23±62). Mean of students’ professionalism was 4.29±0.48. There was a significance difference among gender, grade point average, place of residence and level of academic skills with professionalism (p<0.05). These variables predicted 15% of professionalism. Clinical student of University of Medical Sciences were at an acceptable level of professionalism. However, paying more attention to altruism, duty and accountability among Iranian students may lead to an ideal professional level.
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