FACULTY-TO-FACULTY INCIVILITY AND ITS IMPACT ON JOB IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE NURSING INSTITUTES AT KPK PAKISTAN

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Shaista Bibi
Afsha Bibi
Javed Iqbal
Dr. Fouzia Kirmani
Dr. Asfand yar Khalid
Amir Sultan
Qaisar Khan
Abdullah
Nasir Ali
Dr Hafiz Amjid Hussian
Mehrin kauser
Ummema Mumtaz

Keywords

Faculty-to-faculty, Incivility, impact, Job

Abstract

Background: Incivility is a common problem in many professions, including nursing education has been continuing from generation to generation and have very poor consequences. It affects the learning process, even the organization as a whole. Experiences of uncivil behavior in nursing education are best described in the relationship between faculty to faculty. Objective: This aims to assess faculty-to-faculty incivility in public and private nursing institutes at KPK Pakistan. Methodology: A Cross-sectional study was conducted at nursing colleges among 61 random sampling techniques. Nursing faculty from different colleges, governments, and non-governmental organizations were (through system-generated questionaries) surveyed using the Workplace Incivility Civility Survey (WICS). Result: Study findings revealed that 27.4% exhibited mild incivility, 29.0% displayed moderate incivility, and the highest proportion was observed in the severe category, 40.35. Moreover, a significant difference was found between race and incivility. Conclusions: In conclusion, the study revealed that a significant proportion of participants experienced varying levels of incivility, with the highest percentage in the severe category. The findings highlight the negative impact of incivility on work performance, stress levels, job satisfaction, emotional and physical health, and career intentions.

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