Korean J Occup Health Nurs.  2018 Feb;27(1):59-66. 10.5807/kjohn.2018.27.1.59.

Impact of Role Conflict, Self-efficacy, and Resilience on Nursing Task Performance of Emergency Department Nurses

Affiliations
  • 1Hwamyong Ilsin Christian Medical Center, Busan, Korea.
  • 2Department of Nursing · Institute of Health Science, Inje University, Busan, Korea. nursmh@inje.ac.kr

Abstract

PURPOSE
This study aimed to identify the effect of role conflict, self-efficacy, and resilience on the nursing task performance of emergency department (ED) nurses.
METHODS
Data were collected from 140 ED nurses working in 6 general hospitals, using self-reporting questionnaires. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23.0, and the analyses included descriptive statistics, a t-test, an ANOVA, the Pearson's correlation coefficient test, and a stepwise multiple regression.
RESULTS
Nursing task performance differed significantly in terms of the following general characteristics of the participants: age, marital status, total clinical experience, clinical experience in the ED, and position at the hospital. Nursing task performance was positively correlated with role conflict, self-efficacy, and resilience. Self-efficacy, role conflict, clinical experience in the ED, and resilience were significant predictors of nursing performance, and they accounted for 36.9% of the variance.
CONCLUSION
Self-efficacy was identified as the most significant factor affecting the nursing task performance of ED nurses. Therefore, it is necessary to develop programs to improve the self-efficacy of ED nurses.

Keyword

Emergency department; Conflict; Self-efficacy; Resilience; Task performance

MeSH Terms

Emergencies*
Emergency Service, Hospital*
Hospitals, General
Marital Status
Nursing*
Task Performance and Analysis*
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