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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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The Effects of Organizational Commitment and Perceived Patient Safety Culture on Patient Safety Nursing Activities among Nurses in Comprehensive Nursing Care Units

Noh S, Kim TI

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of organizational commitment (OC) and perceived patient safety culture (PPSC) on patient safety nursing activities (PSNA) among nurses in...
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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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The Moderating Effect of Supervisor's Support in Relation to Violence Experience between Co-workers and Organizational Commitment of Nurses Working in Special Departments of a Hospital

Kim KM, Lee EN, Kim MJ

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the moderating effect of supervisor's support in relation to violence experience and organizational commitment among staff of special department nurses. Methods: Participants in...
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Effects of Positive Psychological Capital, Social Support and Head Nurses' Authentic Leadership on Organizational Commitment of Nurses at the Advanced Beginner Stage

Kwon HS, Ha Y

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify factors influencing organizational commitment of nurses at the advanced beginner stage by examining relationships between positive psychological capital, social support, head...
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Effects of Nurses' Positive Psychological Capital, Self-Leadership, and Relational Bonds on Organizational Commitment

Kwon SN, Park HJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between nurses’ positive psychological capital, self-leadership, relational bonds, and organizational commitment, and to identify factors influencing organizational commitment. Methods:...
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Influence of Verbal Violence Experienced by Nurses on Organizational Commitment: Focus on the Mediating Effects of Resilience

Yun MS, Lee M

Purpose: This study was conducted to provide fundamental data on increasing organizational commitment of clinical nurses by verifying the mediation effects of resilience in the correlation between the verbal violence...
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Job Satisfaction of Nutritionist: Effect on Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intention in Public Health Center

Park SE, Seo MY, Kim WK, Ryu K

This study examined the job satisfaction of nutritionists, and its effect on organizational commitment andturnover intention in public health centers. The response data of 174 nutritionists were analyzed. The overallaverage...
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Effects of Organizational Socialization, Perceived Organizational Vision and Attitude toward Organizational Change on Organizational Commitment of General Hospital Nurses

Kang YH, Lee EH, Kang KH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of organizational socialization, perceived organizational vision, and attitude toward organizational change on organizational commitment of nurses working in one...
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Effects of Hospital-Based Violence-Prevention and Coping Programs on Nurses’ Violence Experience, Violence Responses, Self-Efficacy, and Organizational Commitment

Yang YJ, Kim JH

Purpose The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of hospital-based violence-prevention and coping program on nurses' violence experience and responses, self-efficacy, and organizational commitment. Methods A non-equivalent control group with...
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Changes in Positive Psychological Capital, Organizational Commitment and Burnout for Newly Graduated Nurses

Ju EA, Park MH, Kim IH, Back JS, Ban JY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe changes in positive psychological capital, organizational commitment and burnout according to work periods for new nurses. Methods: A longitudinal study was...
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The Impact of Organizational Commitment and Positive Psychological Capital on Job Embeddedness of Nurses in Trauma Centers

Choi EJ, Lee EN, Kim MJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate factors affecting job embeddedness of nurses in trauma centers. METHODS: This study was a cross-sectional study using structured questionnaires completed by 140...
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Effects of Compassion Competence and Organizational Commitment on Customer Orientation in Hospital Nurses

Kim YH, Choi MY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the effects of compassion competence and organizational commitment on customer orientation in hospital nurses. METHODS: The participant of this study was 223 nurses who have...
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Determining the Relationship among Organizational Commitment, Occupational Stress, and Interpersonal Relations according to Adult Attachment Styles of Clinical Dental Hygienists

Choi MH, Min HH

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to identify the types of adult attachment and determine the relationship between adult attachment and job factors in dental hygienists. Ultimately, it was necessary to identify...
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Mediating Effect of Nursing Professionalism on the Relationship between Nurses' Character and Organizational Commitment of the Nurse

Jung SY, Lee HD

PURPOSE: This study was done to investigate the mediating effect of nursing professionalism on the relationship between nurse's character and organizational commitment of the nurse. METHODS: The participants in this study...
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Effect of a Nursing Practice Environment on Nursing Job Performance and Organizational Commitment: Focused on the Mediating Effects of Job Embeddedness

Kim SH, Park SK, Lee MH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to test the mediating effect of job embeddedness in the relationship between nursing practice environment on nursing job performance and organizational commitment. METHODS: For...
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Effects of Nurse-Physician Collaboration on Nursing Performance and Organizational Commitment in Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Kwon EO, Lee MH, Jeong SH, Kim HS

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify the effects of nurse-physician collaboration on nursing performance and organizational commitment in intensive care unit (ICU) nurses. METHODS: A cross-sectional survey was used and...
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The Effect of Appreciative Inquiry on Positive Psychological Capital and Organizational Commitment of New Nurses

Kim H, Yi YH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine whether appreciative inquiry (AI) is an effective intervention for increasing the positive psychological capital and organizational commitment of new nurses. METHOD: The...
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Factors affecting Organizational Commitment of General Hospital Nurses in Small and Medium Sized Cities

Kim JH, Kim MY

PURPOSE: This study was done to investigate the relationships between nursing work environment, leader-member exchange(LMX), peer support, and organizational commitment in one city with a severe nurse shortage. METHODS: Participants were...
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Influence of Nurses' Work Environment, Organizational Commitment, and Nursing Professionalism on Turnover Intention of Nurses in Long Term Care Hospitals

Joo HS, Jun WH

PURPOSE: The study was undertaken to investigate influence of nurses' work environment, organizational commitment, and nursing professionalism on turnover intention of nurses working in long term care hospitals. METHODS: The study...
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