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Effect of the Nursing Work Environment on Turnover Intention: Serial Mediation Effects of Career Motivation and Job Satisfaction

Park YD, You SJ

Purpose: This study investigated whether the work environment affects nurses' turnover intention with career motivation and job satisfaction acting as mediating factors. Methods: Data were collected from January 6-25, 2022,...
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Global Estimates on Biological Risks at Work

Takala J, Descatha A, Oppliger A, Hamzaoui H, Bråkenhielm C, Neupane S

Introduction Biological risks are a major global problem in the workplace. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for a more comprehensive understanding of the biological risks at work. This...
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Comparative Study on Work-Life Balance, Nursing Work Environment, Nursing Organizational Culture, and Job Satisfaction before Turnover among Nurses Leaving Hospital: Current Clinical Nurses versus Non-clinical Nurses

Seo Y, Yu M

Purpose: This study examined hospital nurses’ perception of work-life balance, nursing work environment, nursing organizational culture, and job satisfaction before turnover, and compared differences in variables between current clinical nurses...
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The Effects of Grit and Nursing Work Environment of Nurses in Tertiary Hospitals on Nursing Performance and Retention Intention: Mediating Effect of Compassionate Rationalism Leadership

Kwak YH, Jang IS, Lee W, Baek SJ, Hyun SK, Kim SM

Purpose: To identify the effect of a new leadership type by confirming the effect of clinical nurses' grit and nursing work environment on nursing performance and retention intention with the...
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Influence of Work Environment, Job Engagement, and Positive Psychological Capital on Job Embeddedness of Hospital Nurses

Kwag HJ, Yang NY

Purpose: This study examined the effects of work environment, job engagement, and positive psychological capital on hospital nurses’ job embeddedness. Methods: Participants were 118 hospital nurses. Data were analyzed using...
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Occupational Exposure to Refractory Ceramic Fibers in the Semiconductor Scrubber Manufacturing Industry

Song S, Kim S, Kim D, Yoon C

Background Refractory ceramic fibers (RCFs) are a suspected carcinogen but have been widely used as insulations. Depending on the temperature, RCFs can transform into crystalline SiO2, which is a carcinogen that...
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Effects of Compassionate Competence, Communication Skills, and Nursing Work Environment on Person-centered Care in General Hospital Nurses who Care for Cancer Patients

Han MJ, Kim S

Purpose: This descriptive study was conducted to evaluate the effect of compassionate competence, communication skills, and nursing work environment on person-centered care in general hospital nurses who cared for cancer...
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Cohort Profile: Gachon Regional Occupational Cohort Study (GROCS)

Lee W, Lee Y, Lee J, Kim U, Han E, Ham S, Choi WJ, Kang SK

Background/Aims The Gachon Regional Occupational Cohort Study (GROCS) is a large-scale longitudinal study of occupational safety and health data (covering Work Environment Monitoring, Workers' Health Surveillance, and Occupational Health Service) conducted...
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Effect of Nursing Work Environment on Turnover Intention of Nurses in Long-Term Care Hospitals: The Mediating Effect of COVID-19 Stress

Lee EJ, Cheon SY, Lee JH

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the mediating effect of Psychological stress of COVID-19 stress on the relationship between nursing work environment and turnover intention of nurses in long-term care...
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Effect of Self-efficacy, Resilience, and Nursing Work Environment on Intent to Stay among Newly Graduated Nurses in General Hospitals

Jeon JN, Lee SH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of self-efficacy, resilience, and nursing work environment on intent to stay among newly graduated nurses. Methods: The participants were...
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A Systematic Review: Effectiveness of Interventions to De-escalate Workplace Violence against Nurses in Healthcare Settings

Somani R, Muntaner C, Hillan E, Velonis AJ, Smith P

Workplace violence (WPV) is an increasing cause of concern around the globe, and healthcare organizations are no exception. Nurses may be subject to all kinds of workplace violence due to...
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The Effect of Nursing Competence on Patient-Centered Care among Nurses Caring for Patients with Chronic Disease: The Mediating Effect of Burnout and the Moderating Effect of Nursing Work Environment

Ahn JY, Eun Y

Purpose: This study aims to explore the mediating effect of burnout and the moderating effect of nursing work environment in the relationship between nursing competence and patient-centered care among nurses...
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Is Work Group Social Capital Associated With Sickness Absence? A Study of Workplace Registered Sickness Absence at the Work Group Level

Clausen T, Meng A, Borg V

Background: The concept of social capital has its focus on cooperative relations in the workplace. This study investigates the association between social capital and sickness absence among workers in 41...
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The Impacts of Nurses' Working Environment on Health Problems

Jang H, Choi E

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of work environment on health problems of nurses. Methods: The subjects of the study were 395 nurses who were...
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Effects of Emotional Intelligence and Nursing Working Environment on Nursing Performance of Nurses Caring for Cancer Patients in Small and Medium Hospitals: The Mediating Effect of Communication Competence

Kang YJ, Jung KI

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the effects of emotional intelligence and working environment on nursing performance of nurses caring for cancer patients in small and...
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Health Promoting Behavior and Factors in Operating Room nurses

Choi J, Choi-Kwon

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the level and related factors related to health-promoting lifestyle in operating room nurses in Korea. METHODS: A cross-sectional descriptive survey design was employed. The data...
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Relationship among Nursing Professionalism, Nursing Work Environment, and Patient Safety Nursing Activities in General Hospital Nurses

Lee MA, Kang S, Hyun HS

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify the relationships among nursing professionalism, nursing work environment, and patient safety activities, and to analyze the factors influencing nurses' patient safety nursing activities. METHODS:...
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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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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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A Comparative Study on Communicatioin Competence, Nursing Professionalism, Work Environment and Job Satisfaction between Outpatient Nurses and Ward Nurses

Kim KO, Ko MS, Choi EH, Kim HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to compare communication competence, nursing professionalism, work environment and job satisfaction between outpatient nurses and ward nurses, and to identify the correlation among...
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