Nurses' Widespread Job Dissatisfaction, Burnout, And Frustration With Health Benefits Signal Problems For Patient Care
Tags: ANALYSIS of variance; BURNOUT (Psychology); CORRELATION (Statistics); HEALTH facilities; INSURANCE; JOB satisfaction; LABOR turnover; MEDICAL care -- Quality control; NURSE & patient; NURSES; PATIENT satisfaction; PATIENTS -- Safety measures; RESEARCH -- Finance; SURVEYS; WORK environment; OCCUPATIONAL roles; SECONDARY analysis
- 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.
- 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.
- 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;...
- La cultura della sicurezza del paziente: un'indagine nell'area oncologica. Bagnasco, Annamaria; Vignolo, Giovanna; D'addeo, Alessandro; Grugnetti, Annamaria; Calza, Simona; Maricchio, Rita; Sasso, Loredana // L'Infermiere;2013, Vol. 50 Issue 2, pe17
Introduction Patient Safety Culture (PSC) is gaining importance and it's fundamental the knowledge of the environment for the implementation. The Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Survey Culture (HSOPSC) is an effective tool to evaluate the awareness level of patient safety culture. In this...
- Relationship of Followership to Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention, and Customer Orientation in Nurses. Young Sook Lee; Myun Sook Jung // Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration;Mar2013, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p187
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship among followership, organizational commitment, job satisfaction, turnover intention, and customer orientation in hospital nurses. Methods: The participants in this study were 210 staff nurses in one university hospital. Data...
- The right attitude. Dean, Erin // Nursing Standard;5/9/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p16
Erin Dean looks at how some organisations are using customer service approaches to improve care.
- Study: Long nursing shifts linked to burnout. // Case Management Advisor;Mar2013, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p33
The article discusses a study which revealed that nurses who work longer hours are more likely to face burnout and job dissatisfaction. The study also showed that extended shifts undermine nurses' well-being, may result in expensive job turnover, can negatively affect patient care and patient...
- VOICES. Carter, Peter // Nursing Standard;8/21/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 51, p26
Peter Carter says a clear consensus has emerged from reviews of the NHS.
- The work of nurses in private health: Accounting for the intangibles in care delivery. Toffoli, Luisa; Rudge, Trudy; Barnes, Lynne // Health Sociology Review;Sep2011, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p338
With the commodification of healthcare in general and of private health in particular, it is difficult not to acknowledge the growing influence of competition and 'the market' in shaping the way that nurses' work is managed by private hospitals and by nurses themselves. This paper explores the...