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Structural Model of Social Health of Nurses in Health Centers based on Cultural Intelligence Variables and Religious Values, A Case Study: Health Centers in the South of Kerman Province)
Ruhollah Cheraghpour , Seyed Nasser Hejazi * , Asghar Mohammadi
Department of Sociology, Islamic Azad University, Dehaghan Branch, Dehaghan, Iran , Hejaztinaser@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Social health is one of the dimensions of health, which interacts with the physical and mental dimensions of health. The aim of this study was to design a structural model of social health of employees of health centers in the south of Kerman province based on cultural intelligence variables and religious values.
Methods: This is a correlational study of structural equations. The statistical sample of this study included 350 employees of health centers in the south of Kerman province in 1397 who were selected by multi-stage cluster sampling. To collect the data, Ang et al. Cultural Intelligence Questionnaire, Keyes Social Health Questionnaire and the Researcher-Scale Religious Values Scale were used. Data were analyzed using Pearson, Bootstrab and Sobel correlation coefficient tests.
Finding: The direct effect of cultural intelligence (0.25) and religious values ​​(0.28) on the social health of nurses in health centers is significant (P<0.01). Also, the indirect effect of cultural intelligence (t-value=2) mediated by moral values ​​was significant. Findings also showed that between cultural intelligence (r= 0.289), motivation component (r=0.211), cognitive component (r=0.308), behavioral component (r= 0.217), religious values (R= 0.286), moral component (r = 0.217), devotional component (r=0.257) and belief component (r=0.216) have a positive and significant relationship with social health. The results showed that the value of the R2 coefficient is equal to 0.180, which means that cultural intelligence and religious values ​​explain 18% of the variance of nurses' social health. Findings related to simultaneous multiple regression showed that both predictor variables have a significant role in predicting nurses' social health, so that cultural intelligence (p=0.005, β=0.457) and value Religious students (p= 0.005, β=0.398) positively predicted the social health of nurses.
Conclusion: Considering the direct and indirect effects of cultural intelligence factors and dimensions of religious values on the level of social health of employees, it seems that by strengthening cultural intelligence and religious values, the social health of employees can be increased.

Keywords: cultural intelligence, religious values, social health, staff, health, treatment
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/10/4 | Accepted: 2021/07/1 | Published: 2021/07/1 | ePublished: 2021/07/1
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Cheraghpour R, Hejazi S N, Mohammadi A. Structural Model of Social Health of Nurses in Health Centers based on Cultural Intelligence Variables and Religious Values, A Case Study: Health Centers in the South of Kerman Province). IJPN. 2021; 9 (2) :41-51
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