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Factors Affecting New Graduate Nurses' Intention on Retention in Hospitals: Focused on Nursing Organizational Culture, Empowering Leadership and Organizational Socialization

Kim EG, Jung MS, Kim JK, You SJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate relationships among intention of retention, nursing organizational culture, empowering leadership and organizational socialization of new graduate nurses, and identify factors affecting...
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The Structural Equation Model of Organizational Culture, Authentic Leadership, Self-Esteem, and Bullying in Nurses at Critical Care Units

Shim MY, Yoo HJ, Kim JY, Kim SR, Song YG, Kang J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study were to identify the influential factors of bullying of intensive care nurses and to suggest a final structural model based on identified relationships between...
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Relationships among Workplace Bullying, Organizational Culture and Nursing Performance in Nurses

Kim SR, Hwang JI

BACKGROUND: This study was aimed to examine relationships among workplace bullying, organization culture and nursing performance in clinical nurses. METHODS: A cross-sectional questionnaire survey was conducted from October 16 to 26,...
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The Effects of Nursing Organizational Culture, Work Performance and Workplace Bullying Type on Workplace Bullying Consequence of Nurses

Jeong GY, Jang HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among nursing organizational culture, work performance, and workplace bullying of nurses, and to identify the factors that affect workplace...
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Relationship between Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction among Korean Nurses: A Meta-Analysis

Chung HJ, Ahn SH

PURPOSE: This study was undertaken to understand the determinants of job satisfaction for hospital nurses in Korea. Organization culture is deemed as a strong factor which contributes to overall job...
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Factors Affecting the Intention of Hospital Nurses to Stay at Work: In Relation to Authentic Leadership and Nursing Organizational Culture

Park H, Kim PJ, Lee HY, Shin YJ, Oh KH, Lee TW, Seong JS, Hong EY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships of authentic leadership and nursing organizational culture to the intention of hospital nurses to stay in their current position. METHODS:...
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The Effects of Organizational Culture for Infection Control and Self-Efficacy on Compliance with Standard Precautions of Emergency Room Nurses

Kim H, Park HR

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify the effects of organizational culture for the infection control and self-efficacy on compliance with standard precautions of emergency room nurses. METHODS: This cross-sectional descriptive...
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The Moderating Effect of Social Support between Hierarchy-Oriented Nursing Organizational Culture and Turnover Intention of Clinical Nurses

Kim BM, Han K, Cho YA

PURPOSE: This cross-sectional survey study explored the moderating effect of social support between hierarchy-oriented nursing organizational culture and turnover intention in clinical nurses. METHODS: Data were collected using self-report questionnaires from...
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The Effects of Hospital Organizational Culture and Work Environment on Nurses' Intent to Stay at the Current Hospital

Yun MJ, Choi MY

PURPOSE: This descriptive study was conducted to identify the effects of hospital organizational culture and work environment on nurses' intent to stay at work. METHODS: Participants of this study were 234...
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Factors Influencing Quality of Nursing Service among Clinical Nurses: Focused on Resilience and Nursing Organizational Culture

Shin ES, An M, Choi ML, Lee AK, Jeon EA, Jeoung YM, Seo MW, Kim HK, Hwang JH, Choi OJ, Kim SH, Park S, Hwang YY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to examine nursing organizational culture and resilience and their effects on quality of nursing service. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was conducted. A convenience sampling...
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Effects of Organizational Culture of Dental Office and Professional Identity of Dental Hygienists on Organizational Commitment

Gu JY, Lim SR, Lee SY

The purpose of this study was to identify the effect of dental hygienists' perceptions of dental organizational culture and professional identity on organizational commitment. A survey was conducted with 310...
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Effect of Dietitian's Perceived Organizational Culture on Organizational Commitment at Hospital Foodservices

Bae MJ, Kim CY, Ryu K

This study was conducted to investigate the effect dietitians' perceived organizational culture has on organizational commitment at hospital foodservices. A total of 382 dietitians working at general hospitals with 500...
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Relationships among Job Characteristics, Knowledge Sharing, Organizational Culture, and Organizational Commitment in Occupational Health Nurses and Clinical Nurses

Kim YI, Lee DY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the relationships among job characteristics, knowledge sharing, organizational culture, and organizational commitment in occupational health nurses (OHN) and clinical nurses (CN) to identify factors...
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Comparison of Organizational Culture and Organizational Commitment based on Experience of Workplace Bullying in Clinical Nurses

Kim YL, Park E

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the relationship among nurses' workplace bullying experience, organizational culture, and organizational commitment. METHODS: Nurses who had worked for more than 6 months (N=299) were selected...
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Relationship among Types of Nursing Organizational Culture, Self-leadership and Burnout as Perceived by Perioperative Nurses

Im M, Sung YH, Jung J

PURPOSE: This study was designed to assess the types of nursing organizational culture, and degree of self-leadership and burnout as perceived by perioperative nurses, and to identify correlations between these...
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Mediating Effects of Self-leadership in the Relationship between Public Health Nurses' Organizational Culture and Their Job Performance

Park NH, Lee KJ, Lee SJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this research is to enhance organizational competitiveness of health centers as well as private medical institutions serving as public health and medical institutions. It tries to...
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Impact of Nursing Organizational Culture Types on Innovative Behavior and Job Embeddedness Perceived by Nurses

Mun MY, Hwang SY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to determine the impact of nursing organizational culture types on innovative behavior and job embeddedness among clinical nurse. METHODS: For this study a descriptive...
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Relationships among Self-esteem, Social Support, Nursing Organizational Culture, Experience of Workplace Bullying, and Consequence of Workplace Bullying in Hospital Nurses

Han EH, Ha Y

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify relationships among self-esteem, social support, nursing organizational culture, experience of workplace bullying, and the consequences of workplace bullying in hospital nurses,...
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Effects of Work Environment, Organizational Culture and Demands at Work on Emotional Labor in Nurses

Lee JY, Nam HR

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among work environment of nursing, nursing organizational culture, demands at work and the emotional labor in clinical nurses. METHODS: A...
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Influence of Types of Leadership and Organizational Culture on Innovative Behavior of Professional Staff of a General Hospital

Kim HS, Kang KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of the study was to identify factors affecting the innovative behavior of general hospital professional staff. METHODS: In the final analysis, the study focuses on the 442 structured...
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