The Effect of Safety Climate, Teamwork, and Sustainable Motivation on Nurse Job Satisfaction and Intent to Stay (Record no. 692033)

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Transcribing agency TEX
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) RT42.P76
Local cutter number (OCLC) ; Book number/undivided call number, CALL (RLIN) O94 2011
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Personal name Owens, M'Lynda
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Title The Effect of Safety Climate, Teamwork, and Sustainable Motivation on Nurse Job Satisfaction and Intent to Stay
Statement of responsibility, etc M'Lynda Owens
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Tyler, Tex.
Name of publisher, distributor, etc University of Texas at Tyler
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2011
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Extent vii, 89 pages
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Dissertation note Dissertation (P.hD.), The University of Texas at Tyler, 2011.
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Summary, etc Nursing is a hazardous occupation, and occupational safety in healthcare, particularly hospitals, is gaining attention. The Institute of Medicine (2003) ranked hospitals in the top five industries for occupational injuries and illness. This study explored the relationship between sustained motivation in nurses as depicted by their perceptions of workplace safety climate, teamwork climate, and autonomy and their job satisfaction and intent to stay at their current jobs. Sustained motivation was manifested as the ability of the nurses to consistently and persistently attend to routine activities such as actions to ensure safety. Over one-third (36%) of the variance in sustained motivation scores was explained by measuring safety climate and nurse autonomy. Even more job satisfaction was explained (46%) by these same scores along with measurement of teamwork climate. The youngest nurses were the most likely to want to leave their current employment setting. There was a significant difference between Millennials and Baby Boomers on Intent to Stay. Findings support the idea that enhancing workplace safety is one means of retaining nurses.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Nurses
General subdivision Employment--Social aspects
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Nurses
General subdivision Workload
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Nurses
General subdivision Employment
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Workplace environment
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Uniform title Nursing
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Corporate name or jurisdiction name as entry element The University of Texas at Tyler
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Materials specified Dissertation
Uniform Resource Identifier <a href="http://hdl.handle.net/10950/52">http://hdl.handle.net/10950/52</a>
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