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Structural model on factors influencing career withdrawal intention of dental hygienists

Kim H, Kim H, Bae H

Objectives: This study aimed to identify the factors that influence career withdrawal intention among dental hygienists. Methods: The subjects of this study were 448 dental hygienists working at dental offices in...
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Influences of organizational commitment, positive psycological capital on job embeddedness of clinical dental hygienists

Min HH

Objectives: This study aims to determine the degree of organizational commitment, positive psychological capital, and job embeddedness among clinical dental hygienists, as well as the factors that affect their job...
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Factors affecting job satisfaction of dental hygienists related to foreign dental health services

Park M, Lee SI, Lee JY, Jang JH

Objectives: This study aimed to determine the relationship between English communication ability and job satisfaction of dental hygienists involved in the process of providing dental health services to foreigners and...
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Influence of Dental Hygienist’s Job Satisfaction, Psychological Ownership, and Job Engagement on Job Performance

Park JH, Lim SR

Background: This study is to identify the factors that affect job satisfaction, psychological ownership, and job engagement of dental hygienists on job performance and use them as basic data for...
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The Moderating Effects of Self-esteem and Ego-resilience on the Relationship between Emotional Labor, Depressive Symptom, and Job Satisfaction in Nurses

Kim T, Han KS

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify that emotional labor has effect on depressive symptom, job satisfaction, and moderating effect of self-esteem and ego-resilience of nurses. Methods: Data were...
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Changing Factors of Employee Satisfaction with Working Conditions: An Analysis of the Korean Working Conditions Survey

Lee C, Park S

Background We hypothesized that the growing demand of Korean workers for work–life balance would change the factors influencing job satisfaction. We sought to verify our hypothesis by conducting a conjoint analysis...
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Factors Influencing Organizational Commitment Among Male Nurses in Korea

Choi KM, Jeon MK

Purpose: This study aimed to identify factors influencing organizational commitment among male nurses in Korea. Methods: This study was conducted from July to September, 2018. Data were collected from 166...
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Q‐Methodology  Study  on  Medical  Students’ Perceptions  of  Good  Jobs

Lee J, Park KH

This study investigated medical students’ perceptions of good jobs. We classified medical students’ perceptions of good jobs and analyzed the characteristics of each type. The Q methodology was used to...
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Effects of Clinical Nurses’ Workplace Bullying, Empathic Ability, and Resilience on Job Satisfaction

Lee MY, Park Y

Purpose : The purpose of this study was to understand the relationship between workplace bullying, empathic ability, resilience, and job satisfaction to provide basic data for the development of programs...
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Influence of Professional Self-concept, Ego-resilience, and Job Stress on Job Performance of Nurses who are Reemployed after Career Interruption

Kim YE, Lee Y

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the influence of professional self-concept, ego-resilience, and job stress on job performance in reemployed nurses after career interruption. Methods: The participants were 207...
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School Dietitian’s Job Satisfaction and Job Importance According to the School Types in Sejong City

Yu SY, Kim MH

This study compared the job satisfaction and job importance of school dietitians according to various school types in Sejong. One hundred and twenty-six school dietitians working in kindergartens (n=36), elementary...
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Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction among Forensic Psychiatric Nurses

Lee EY, Gang M

Purpose: The aim of the study was to identify the influencing factors for job satisfaction among forensic psychiatric nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study design was used. Participants were 90 forensic...
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Analysis of Dental Hygienist Job Recognition Using Text Mining

Kim BR, Ahn E, Hwang SJ, Jeong SJ, Kim SM, Han JH

Background: The aim of this study was to analyze the public demand for information about the job of dental hygienists by mining text data collected from the online Q &...
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Is Job Insecurity Worse for Mental Health Than Having a Part-time Job in Canada?

Kim IH, Choi CC, Urbanoski K, Park J, Kim J

Objectives: A growing number of people depend on flexible employment, characterized by outsider employment status and perceived job insecurity. This study investigated whether there was a synergistic effect of employment...
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Reconstruction of the Korean Asbestos Job Exposure Matrix

Kang D, Jung S, Kim YJ, Kim J, Choi S, Kim SY, Kim Y

Background: A job-exposure matrix (JEM) is an important surrogate indicator to evaluate past exposure levels. Although a Korean asbestos JEM has been constructed previously, this JEM includes only a few...
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Relationships among Non-Nursing Tasks, Nursing Care Left Undone, Nurse Outcomes and Medical Errors in Integrated Nursing Care Wards in Small and Medium-Sized General Hospitals

Park JY, Hwang JI

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the degree of non-nursing tasks and nursing care left undone in integrated nursing care wards, and examine their relationships with nurses’ burnout, job satisfaction,...
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Impact of Nurse Practice Environment, Coworker Support, and Work-Life Balance on Job Satisfaction for Newly Graduated Nurses

Kim EY, Kim SH, Oh YK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of nurse practice environment, coworker support, and work-life balance on job satisfaction for newly graduated nurses. Methods: This study...
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Effects of Head Nurses’ Authentic Leadership, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment Perceived by Newly Licenced Nurses on Turnover Intention

An EM, Park JY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of head nurses’ authentic leadership, job satisfaction and organizational commitment as perceived by newly licensed nurses and to identify...
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Communication Competence, Nursing Professionalism and Job Performance among Home Healthcare Nurses

Jeong E, Han S

Purpose: This study was done to identify the effects of communication competence and nursing professionalism on job performance among home healthcare nurses. Methods: The participants were 116 home healthcare nurses...
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Influence of Job Embeddedness and Resilience on Turnover Intention in Dental Hygienists

Hwang JM, Han JH

Background: Maintaining a skilled workforce by minimizing the turnover of competent dental hygienists is very important for securing dental competitiveness. Therefore, it is necessary to find a predictor of turnover...
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