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Research trend analysis of Korean new graduate nurses using topic modeling

Park S, Lee JL

Purpose: The aim of this study is to analyze the research trends of articles on just graduated Korean nurses during the past 10 years for exploring strategies for clinical adaptation....
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Comparison of Occupational Stress and Health Problems between Leavers and Stayers: Focused on Novice Nurses

Ki J, Choi-Kwon S

Purpose: This study aimed to identify occupational stress and health problems as well as turnover reasons among leavers in novice nurses and to estimate factors which might affect turnover by...
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Factors Affecting Turnover Intention of Nurses Working in Neonatal Intensive Care Units

Jun SH, Lee MH, Shim MS, Lim HN

Purpose: This study was conducted to assess the factors affecting turnover intention of the nurses working in neonatal intensive care units, including the extent of fatigue, work stresses, and work...
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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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Developing Strategy: A Guide For Nurse Managers to Manage Nursing Staff's Work-related Problems

Allah ARG, Elshrief HA, Ageiz MH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess nursing staff's work-related problems as perceived bytheir managers and thereafter develop strategies that would serve as a guide for nurse managers...
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Mixed Method Research Investigating Turnover Intension with ICU Nurses

Lee JH, Song Y

Purpose: This study was done to investigate the mediating effect of occupational stress on the relationship between ICU nurse’s authentic leadership and turnover intention, and to analyze the causes of...
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Effect of Nursing Organizational Culture, Organizational Health, and Job Crafting on Intent to Stay among Registered Nurses

Cho HH, Kim EY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of nursing organizational culture, organizational health, and job crafting on intent to stay among registered nurses. Methods: A cross...
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New Nurses' Experience of Turnover: A Qualitative Meta-Synthesis

Kim KK, Kim GY, Kim BK

Purpose: The aim of this research was to identify, appraise and synthesize available evidence exploring new nurses' experiences of turnover. Methods: The qualitative meta-synthesis method suggested by Thomas and Harden...
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Turnover Rates and Factors Influencing Turnover of Korean Acute Care Hospital Nurses: A Retrospective Study Based on Survival Analysis

Park B, Ko Y

Purpose: This study aimed to explore turnover rates for Korean acute care hospital nurses and identify factors influencing their turnover. Methods: The study was retrospective in nature. Nurse cohort data were...
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The Effects of Hospitals' Family Friendly Management on Married Female Nurses' Retention Intention: Focused on the Mediating Effects of Work-Family Interface

Lee JH, Hwang JI

PURPOSE: This study examined the effect of hospitals' family-friendly management on married female nurses' retention intention. The focus was the mediating effects of the work-family interface (work-family conflict, work-family enrichment...
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The Effect of Nurse's Emotional Labor on Turnover Intention: Mediation Effect of Burnout and Moderated Mediation Effect of Authentic Leadership

Na SY, Park H

PURPOSE: To investigate the effect of nurses' emotional labor on their turnover intention that was mediated by burnout and to examine the moderated mediation effect of authentic leadership. METHODS: A total...
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The Influence of Grit on Turnover Intention of University Hospital Nurses: The Mediating Effect of Job Involvement

Jeong JY, Seo YS, Choi JH, Kim SH, Lee MS, Hong SH, Choi JS, Park DE

PURPOSE: This study aimed to confirm the mediating effect of job involvement in the relationship between grit and turnover intention among nurses working at university hospitals. METHODS: Participants included 437 nurses...
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Relationship between Types of Role Conflict and Turnover Intention in Nurses Working at Rehabilitation Hospitals

Kim BY, Lee JY

PURPOSE: Nurses working at rehabilitation hospitals play an important role in interdisciplinary teams. However, conflicts with others within the teams are common. This study (1) explored the frequency and seriousness...
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Effects of Job Embeddedness, Nursing Work Environment, and Nursing Professionalism on Turnover Intention in Nurses Working at Rehabilitation Hospitals

Kim KM, Kim SY, Hwang H, Hwang HM, Kim H, Lim ES

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify the effects of job embeddedness, nursing work environment, and nursing professionalism on turnover intention in nurses working at rehabilitation hospitals. METHODS: This descriptive study...
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A Study of Desired Work Conditions of Nurses in Small-Medium Hospitals

Park KO, Kim JK

PURPOSE: This study was done to analyze the problems and desired work conditions of nursing organizations in small-medium hospitals. METHODS: Delphi Technique was used. In the first stage, the work conditions...
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Comparison of Working Conditions among Non-regular Visiting Nurses in Public Health Centers based on Their Employment Types

Kim HG, Lee RS, Jang SN, Kim KB, Chin YR

PURPOSE: This study is to investigate working conditions including job stress among visiting nurses in public health centers in Korea. METHODS: An social network based mobile survey was conducted in May...
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Influence of the Awareness of Healthcare Accreditation on Job Stress and Turnover Intention in Tertiary Hospital Nurses

Mun MY, Lee SY, Kim MY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of nurses' awareness of healthcare accreditation on their job stress and turnover intention. METHODS: Across-sectional correlation study design was used....
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The Relationship among Workplace Bullying, Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intention of the Nurses Working in Public Medical Institutions

Kang HY, Kim S, Han K

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships among workplace bullying, organizational commitment, and turnover intention of nurses. METHODS: A cross-sectional study was conducted. Data were collected using...
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Subjectivity About Turnover Intention Among Male Nurses in South Korea: A Q-Methodological Study

Kim IJ, Shim HW

PURPOSE: Around the world, male nurses face a variety of difficulties within clinical settings; accordingly, a large number of male nurses consider changing their occupation. In particular, male nurses in...
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Influencing Factors and Consequences of Workplace Bullying among Nurses: A Structural Equation Modeling

Yun S, Kang J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to build and test a model outlining the factors related to workplace bullying among nurses. The hypothesized model included authentic leadership and a...
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