Nurses' Widespread Job Dissatisfaction, Burnout, And Frustration With Health Benefits Signal Problems For Patient Care
- Popular, but problematic? // American Nurse;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p5
The article reports on a study which found that nurses who worked shifts that were 10 hours or longer were less satisfied with their jobs and more likely to burnout than those who worked shorter shifts.
- The â€˜Whysâ€™ and â€˜Why Notsâ€™ of Nurse Job Satisfaction. Larson, Jennifer // NurseZone Newsletter;11/13/2014, p1
No abstract available.
- TRANSFORMING BEDSIDE CARE. // Nursing Standard;2/9/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 23, p20
Sister Baljit Gill is spearheading care improvements on her ward with enhanced staff and patient input.
- Why All the Fuss About Improving the Patient Experience? Wood, Debra // NurseZone Newsletter;6/12/2014, p1
No abstract available.
- Blueprint to put humanity back into care homes. Triggle, Nick // Nursing Older People;Dec2014, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p8
The article focuses on the report of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation which shows the ongoing crisis in the healthcare sector in Great Britain particularly care homes for older people. Topics included in the report are the need to give better pay and conditions for staff to address the crisis,...
- EB76 Impact of a Nurse Protocol for End-of-Life Care in the Adult Intensive Care Unit on Nurses' Burnout and Satisfaction. McCarthy, Karen // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2014, Vol. 34 Issue 2, pe15
An abstract of the article "Impact of a Nurse Protocol for End-of-Life Care in the Adult Intensive Care Unit on Nurses' Burnout and Satisfaction" by Karen McCarthy is presented.
- Promoting patient safety... This practice profile is based on NS700 McCaughan D, Kaufman G (2013) Patient safety: threats and solutions. Nursing Standard. 27, 44, 48-55. Kynaston, Laura // Nursing Standard;3/19/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 29, p61
A CPD article improved Laura Kynaston's understanding of the role of nurses and patients in minimising clinical risks.
- Nursing churn and turnover in Australian hospitals: nurses perceptions and suggestions for supportive strategies. Dawson, Angela J.; Stasa, Helen; Roche, Michael A.; Homer, Caroline S.; Duffield, Christine // BMC Nursing;2014, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p1
Background: This study aimed to reveal nurses' experiences and perceptions of turnover in Australian hospitals and identify strategies to improve retention, performance and job satisfaction. Nursing turnover is a serious issue that can compromise patient safety, increase health care costs and...
- Foreign-Educated Nurses: Effects on Nurse, Quality of Care, and Patient-Safety-Indicator Outcomes. Felber Neff, Donna; Harman, Jeff // Journal of Nursing Regulation;Apr2013, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p19
Approximately 8% of nurses in the United States were educated abroad, and in Florida and California, foreign-educated nurses (FENs) represent large percentages of the nurse laborforce. It is important to know whether these nurses are prepared to care for patients who have complex needs;...