The Extent to Which Jordanian Doctors and Nurses Perceive the Accreditation in Private Hospitals

Salah M. Diab

Abstract


This study aims to know if the doctors and nurses in the Jordanian private hospitals have a perception about the
accreditation, and if there's a different between the doctors and nurses perception and understanding the
accreditation standard at their hospitals. The results of this study showed that Doctors and nurses have a positive
attitude regarding their perception of accreditation standards, Related to the Management and leadership,
Strategic planning for quality, Human Resources utilization, Quality Management, and the Accreditation process
and implementation, with no different between their perception, On the light of the study results the following
recommendations may be submitted, the work and more training, Motivate doctors and nurses to implement
accreditation standards, making the accreditation standard as major requirement for the license, a controlling role
for the Council of Accreditation in Jordan.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijms.v3n1p78

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