High 5 Program: Staff Recognition for Exceeding Expectations
- Not every nurse is unhappy, study finds. Dunn, Philip // AHA News;05/12/97, Vol. 33 Issue 18, p4
Discusses the results of a survey conducted by `NURSEweek' showing nurses' satisfaction in their salary and working time. Comments concerning the results of the survey; Possibility of increases in the nurses' wages resulting from possible shortages in the profession.
- Keeping Nurses in Nursing: The Profession's Challenge For Today. Albaugh, Jeffrey A. // Urologic Nursing;Jun2003, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p193
Discusses the factors that contribute to staff nurse dissatisfaction and satisfaction in order to discern ways to promote staff nurse retention. Workplace conditions; Need for ample time to give high-quality care; Lack of influence in decision-making processes that reflect a lack of respect and...
- Effects of locus of control, occupational stress, and psychological distress on job satisfaction... Jain, Vijay K.; Lall, Rakesh // Psychological Reports;Jun96, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p1256
Evaluates the effect of locus of control, occupational stress and psychological symptom distress on reported job satisfaction in a sample of 34 practicing nurses. Review of related literature; Method of study; Negative correlation of greater work-related stress and higher psychological symptom...
- Nurses More Dissatisfied With Current Job Than Career. // RN;Oct2002, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p16
Cites a North Carolina Center for Nursing survey which found that nurses who have larger patient loads and those for whom short-staffing frequently interfere with patient care, are less satisfied with their jobs than nurses who work in better environments. Main cause of job dissatisfaction.
- ABSTRACT FROM THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT. // Journal of Healthcare Management;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p142
An abstract of the article "Enhancing Nurse Job Satisfaction: A Servant-Leader Orientation in Healthcare Management," by Marjorie Jenkins and Alice C. Stewart is presented.
- Breaking a shortage. Gleason, Josh // Regional Review;Spring96, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p3
Reports on the shortage of registered nurses in New England in the 1980s which was caused by a widely used patient care model called team nursing. Frequent turnover as a result of dissatisfaction among nurses caused by team nursing; Use of the primary nursing approach by Beth Israel Hospital in...
- Job satisfaction among Bila Tserkva nurses. Kozlova, Julia; Gryga, Irena // Tobacco Control & Public Health in Eastern Europe;2012 Supplement 1, Vol. 2, ps20
A paper on job satisfaction among nurses in Bila Tserkva, Ukraine is presented.
- Courses in smiling are just another slap in the face from management. Lear, Katie // Nursing Standard;2/6/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p32
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Staff must learn to smile" that was published in the January 30, 2008 issue.
- STUDENTS WITH INITIATIVE AND A HANDS-ON APPROACH DO EXIST. Resuggan, Samantha // Nursing Standard;4/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 31, p32
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article about nurses' pride in their profession, by Kathy Dixon, which appeared in the March 26, 2008 issue.