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ICHRN Knowledge Library
  • Date
    2010-02-18
  • Title
    Influence of stress resiliency on RN job satisfaction and intent to stay
  • Journal

  • Publisher
    SAGE journals online
  • Year
    2010
  • Author
    Larabee JH, Wu Y, Persily CA, Simoni PS, Johnston PA, Marcischak TL, Mott CL & Gladden SD
  • Description
    "This study has evaluated the influence of stress resiliency on job stress, psychological empowerment, job satisfaction, and intent to stay using causal modeling. Participants are 464 RNs employed in five acute care hospitals in West Virginia. The final model has provided a very good fit to the data. Stress resiliency is a predictor of psychological empowerment, situational stress, and job satisfaction. This study provides the first evidence of the influence of stress resiliency on job stress, psychological empowerment, job satisfaction, and intent to stay in a sample of RNs." (excerprt from abstract)
  • Categories
    Nursing Human Resources Management, Work Environment
  • Keywords
    retention, stress, job satisfaction, resilience, USA
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