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Alireza Heydari, Mohammad Javad Kabir, Ashrafi Babazadeh Gashti, Nahid Jafari, Mansoureh Lotfi, Mohammad Aryaei, Mohammad Reza Honarvar, Mohammad Ali Pourabasi, Maryam Iri,
Volume 2, Issue 2 (10-2014)

Background & Objective: Job satisfaction Increases individual efficiency and commitment to the organization, ensuring the physical and mental health, life satisfaction and accelerate the learning of new skills on the job. The aim of this study was to determine the status of health professionals› satisfaction in the Golestan province. Method: In this cross- sectional study, 1,275 health workers of Health centers in the Golestan province in the year 1391 were participated using the census method. Data was collected using Herzberg job satisfaction questionnaire. The data were analyzed using SPSS software, ANOVA and t-Test at the significant level of 0.05. Results: Job satisfaction in terms of staff maintenance and support and given the potential and experience of individuals in granting liability were at dissatisfied level, In terms of corporate communications, career development, salary and benefits, challenges and job management, at relatively dissatisfied and from the aspect of social acceptance level was at relatively satisfied. Job satisfaction was significantly associated with work experience (P=0.049), ethnicity (P=0.009) and city of service location (P=0.001). Conclusion: Due to poor job satisfaction levels, effective actions should be taken to improve organizational communication, career development, salary and benefits, social acceptance, staff maintenance and support, management, Job challenges, and granting responsibilities based on the ability and experience of the individuals.
Roohollah Gholikhani, Farbod Ebadi Fard Azar, Mohammad Javad Kabir, Mohammad Mehdi Tadayon,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (12-2018)

Background & Objctives: With regard to unclear government approach in the insurance sector, multiplicity of rules, high share of households, improper population coverage and lack of cost-effective interventions, this study aimed to analyze the current status of basic health insurance in Iran and its distance from the desirable  status according to upstream documents. In addition, we attempted to propose a strategy in this regard.
Methods: This qualitative research was performed in 2017 in four stages of analysis of the current status of upstream documents and laws, round-table discussions of policy-makers, and presenting political options. In total, 20 subjects were selected by targeted sampling method with maximum diversity and based on the saturation rule. Data were collected by document analysis and interviews with authorities. Moreover, data were analyzed applying content analysis and the deductive approach.
Results: The results were classified into five areas of population coverage, financial resources management, financial protection of insured individuals, strategic purchasing, policy-making, and structure. There was a significant distance between the desirable  status based on upstream documents and laws and the current status. Recommendations: eliminating conflicts of interest in decision-making areas, complying with the public interest in making health decisions, observing the principles of the evaluation of regulatory effects, and assessing the economic and social effects of health decisions.
Conclusion: Despite the successful global experiences, the recommendations of the World Health Organization, and the existence of several optimal structures, proper models must be considered by the health system of the country through observing the relevant mechanisms and necessities.

Khatereh Kheirollahi, Seyyed Hossein Hekmati Moghadam, Gooya Kabir, Zhaleh Zare Mehrjardi,
Volume 7, Issue 2 (7-2019)

Background and objectives: patients undergoing Chemotherapy are severely susceptible to infections due to a compromised immune system and also their oral cavity is a great place for microorganisms and fungi to grow. The aim of this study was to determine the distribution of different strains of Candida from oral lesions of these patients.
Methods and Materials: This descriptive study was performed on 128 patients undergoing chemotherapy in teaching hospitals of Yazd, which was three weeks pass receiving their first medicine. Oral samples were prepared from swabs and then cultured in Sabouraud dextrose agar culture media for evaluation of yeast growth, colonization, and identification of species. Samples were examined under the microscope and recorded. Finally, the data were analyzed by SPSS17 software, Chi-square, and Man-Whitney tests.
Results:128 patients participated in this study, which included 45 males (35.15%) and 83 females (64.85%) with an average age of 40.16 ± 19.95 years. 84 patients (62.65%) had candida in their oral cavity, of which 79 were candida albicans and 5 were Non-albicans Candida. No significant correlation was found between the type of candidates, type of cancer and the frequency of Candida albicans with the age and sex of the patients (P-value <0.05).
Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, the prevalence of Candida albicans in patients undergoing chemotherapy is higher than Non-albicans Candida. Patients with leukemia are more susceptible to Candida infections.

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