2 edition of Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals found in the catalog.
Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals
Vincent Fook Kwan Wong
Written in English
Thesis (M.B.A.) - University of Surrey, 1996.
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Predictors of job satisfaction and absenteeism in two samples of Hong Kong nurses * Authors. Oi-ling Siu PhD. Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Sociology, Lingnan University, Hong Kong; Search for more papers by this author. p¼) in the relationship between occupational stress and turnover intention (p. Jasmani Binti Mohd Yunus & Abdul Jumaat Bin Mahajar “Work Overload, Role Ambiguity and Role Boundary and its Effect on Burnout among Nurses of Public Hospitals in Malaysia” 21 International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Studies V2 I10 October Table shows that (%) nurses have to take care 21 to 25 patients, (%) nurses have to. Background: Job satisfaction is an important component of nurses’ lives that can have an effect on patient satisfaction and safety, productivity and performance, quality of care, retention, turnover, and commitment to the organization and the profession. Job dissatisfaction affects nurses’ commitment to the organization.
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Student number: DECLARATION I declare that the study on FACTORS AFFECTING VOLUNTARY NURSING STAFF TURNOVER IN MENGO HOSPITAL is my own work and that all the sources consulted, used or quoted are reliable and that this work has not been submitted previously in any.
Factors affecting turnover intentions among public hospital doctors in a middle-level city in central China. Zhang F(1), Luo Z(2), Chen T(1), Min R(1), Fang P(1). Author information: (1)School of Medicine and Health Management, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 13 Hangkong Road, Qiaokou District, Wuhan Cited by: 1.
The objective of this study was to evaluate factors associated with turnover intention among nurses in small and medium-sized medical institutions.
Methods A self-administered questionaire survey was performed in registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and assistant nurses working full-time in various medical by: Background: The growth and success of any organization usually depends on its employees. Turnover Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals book health care institutions has significant challenge on customer service levels, company profits, and cause training and expatriation losses cost.
In light of current concerns over nursing shortages, nurse’s turnover intent is a topic of great importance. The Khomas Region of Namibia has witnessed the exodus of skilled nurses and this has impacted on health care performance.
The purpose of this study was to determine the factors associated with staff turnover of nurses within the public health facilities; determine the demographic factors that contribute to turnover of nurses in the public health facilities; determine the factors that are Author: Eusebia S.
Shava. Rapid turnover of novice nurses eventually results in a shortage of veteran nurses. This study aimed to clarify the factors affecting rapid turnover of novice nurses in a prospective manner.
We carried out an investigation in 20 university hospitals whose directors of nursing service departments accepted our request to cooperate with our Cited by: and other factors affecting turnover and to provide data to set up a strategy to reduce the turnover.
Methods: Data were collected from 1, new. sector. This study reviews the literature on factors affecting turnover and retention of hospital consultants and midwives. Prevailing concepts regarding the reasons for voluntary turnover and factors affecting retention have been used to guide the conduct of the review, Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals book the implications for practitioners and researchers have been identified.
Nurses' turnover is a major contributor to nursing shortages, strongly influenced by nurses’ intentions to leave. Several factors influencing the turnover intention have been well identified in Western countries and large cities in China.
However, whether these factors also contribute to nurses' work stress in Midwest China are still unclear. The main purpose of this Cited by: The study investigated factors influencing nursing turnover in selected private hospitals in England as the United Kingdom recruited 57 nurses from non-European countries from till Herzberg’s Theory of Motivation was used to contextualise the research results obtained from 85 completed questionnaires.
The purpose of this study was to explore the factors influencing the Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals book intention of dentists in hospitals in Taiwan. Materials and methods Nationwide, structured questionnaires were returned from dentists who were working for a hospital of the Bureau of the National Health Insurance, Taipei division, representing a 37% response by: 9.
Nebiat N. An Analysis of Factors Factors affecting voluntary turnover behaviour amongst nurses in Hong Kong public hospitals book Performance of Nurses in Public Hospitals and Health Centers in Addis Ababa (Thesis).
Addis Ababa University, Samad S. The Contribution of Demographic Variables: Job Characteristics and Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intentions.
The Journal of Human Resource and Adult Learning,factors affecting nurse turnover in the acute hospital setting in the United States.
Meta-analysis uses statistical methods for combining, summarizing and analyzing the results of multiple independent studies (Liberati et al., ) to obtain the.
The primary aim of this study was to investigate the factors influencing high nursing turnover in mission hospitals in Kenya. Identifying these factors could lead to recommendations for decreasing nurses’ turnover rates and save costs on recruitment, selection, in service education/training and placement of by: 1.
Job embeddedness factors as a predictor of turnover intention among infection control nurses in Korea 0) were factors affecting turnover intention. with turnover intention amongst. The overall level of selected organizational factors affecting performance of professional nurses was high ( %); the workload rated the highest ( %) among the study dimensions as perceived by nurses, manager support (%), and resources availability (%).
Also it was found that there are significant differences at αFile Size: KB. Abstract: Factors Affecting Rapid Turnover of Novice Nurses in University Hospitals: Eiko Suzuki, et al. Department of Analytical Health Science, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Tokyo Medical and Dental University—Rapid turnover of novice nurses eventually results in a shortage of veteran nurses.
This study aimed to clarify the factors. culture (Gothburg, ) Turnover amongst nurses is a critical issue as nurse shortages throughout the Western World are putting a strain on health systems (North, et al, ) The goal of this research is to examine the factors attributing to the turnover and.
Journal of Applied Psychology 61(6), R. Gauci Borda and I. Norman/Factors influencing turnover and absence of nurses Nicholson, N, Wall, T. and Lisheron, J. (a) The predictability of absence and propensity to leave from employee's job satisfaction and attitudes toward influence in decision-making.
Human Relations 30(6), Cited by: Seventy five percent of all the pediatric nurses remained in their jobs, on average, for years. Both simple and multivariate analysis indicated a strong positive correlation between length of employment (turnover) and the demographic and organization factors.
Conclusion: This study has identified several factorsCited by: 5. Overview The Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management conducted the Manpower Statistics for first half year in July This survey analysed information from 86 companies representing a total ofemployees. The staff turnover rate (weighted average) was % in 1st half of (4.
The last few years have confirmed what was mostly feared: Thai private hospitals industry has affected from a shortage of professional nurses and turnover intention.
This paper occurs mainly about the relationships among four factors and turnover intention at different levels of perceived organizational support are clarify for the mentioned by: 1. Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction and Anticipated Turnover among Nurses in Sidama Zone Public Health Facilities, South Ethiopia.
In a study conducted on general hospital nurses of Hong Kong with response rate of 50% they found insignificant relation between autonomy and job who were working in public hospitals and health centers.
New York University. (, July 7). Study looks at factors that influence retention of newly licensed nurses within hospitals.
ScienceDaily. Retrieved Ap from Occupational stress exists in all professions, but the nursing profession appears to experience more stress at work compared to other health care workers.
Stressful conditions at the workplace may cause the high turnover and burnout among nurses. This study objective was to determine the level of stress and its associated factors among in-patient ward nurses. This study aimed to reveal nurses’ experiences and perceptions of turnover in Australian hospitals and identify strategies to improve retention, performance and job satisfaction.
Nursing turnover is a serious issue that can compromise patient safety, increase health care costs and impact on staff morale.
A qualitative design was used to analyze responses from Cited by: that influence job satisfaction in Saudi nurses working in three public hospitals in the Makkah region of Saudi Arabia.
Data were collected in two phases. In the first phase nurses were surveyed to identify which factors they believed led to job satisfaction in public hospitals.
The second phase consisted of face-to-face interviews with 17File Size: 3MB. important to examine the factors that can mitigate turnover among nurses. An extensive meta-analytic study by Griffeth, Hom, and Gaertner () identified four categories of predictors of turnover from previous literature.
These include demographic variables, job satisfaction, organisational factors and workFile Size: KB. The study investigates the relationship between organizational commitment and intention to leave among nurses in Malaysian public hospitals and it focuses on public hospital nurses in Peninsular Malaysia.
Results of analysis confirmed that organizational commitment was significantly and negatively related to intention to leave and the.
stressors. However, this is not studied in detail in consideration of nurses in hospitals in China. As a result, this study aims to explore the impact of the demographic, employment and organizational factors related to stress of Chinese nurses that work in different departments and different hospitals in Wuhan city of P.R.
China. Nurses are especially vulnerable to violent and other forms of aggression in the workplace. Nonetheless, few population-based studies of workplace violence have been undertaken among working-age nurse professionals in Hong Kong in the last decade.
The study estimates the prevalence and examines the socio-economic and psychological correlates of Cited by: The Composition and Case Study of the Nurses’ Voluntary Turnover Cost in China Min Li School of Business, Henan University, Kaifeng, China Abstract Nurse is the largest number of four medical personnel, and the stability of the nurses is directly related to the quality of medical service, but countries.
turnover may not necessarily be due to job dissatisfaction, but rather due to demand from the private sector. Findings from the study would assist policy-makers with respect to talent management in public healthcare service.
KEYWORDS: Human resource, healthcare management, Malaysia, employee turnover, job satisfaction. Corresponding author:File Size: KB. During the last two decades, the Iraqi human resources for health was exposed to an unprecedented turnover of trained and experienced medical professionals.
This study aimed to explore prominent factors affecting turnover intentions among Iraqi doctors. A descriptive cross-sectional multicentre study was carried out among doctors across 20 hospitals in Iraq Cited by: This study aimed to determine the prevalence of sleep disturbances among clinical nurses in general hospitals in Mainland China, and identify its associate factors.
Using a cross-sectional design, a total of clinical nurses selected by random cluster sampling completed the survey on the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), measures of quality of life indexed by Cited by: The intention to leave a job, known as turnover intention, among primary care doctors has a significant impact on primary health care service delivery.
We investigated primary care doctors’ turnover intention and analysed associated factors involved in primary health facilities in Chongqing, China.
A total of doctors were interviewed, they were selected Cited by: 5. Hong Kong has experienced an acute shortage of nurses in recent years. According to the Food and Health Bureau, 2, nurses in public hospitals resigned.
bjectives This study explores the factors contributing to hospital readmission and derives an explanatory model that can best identify characteristics of patients at high risk for hospital readmission.
Methods This research was a case-controlled study with readmitted patients (n = ) as the readmitted group and nonreadmitted patients (n = 98) as the control group. The. Nursing in Hong Kong is a licensed professional occupation. The Nursing Council of Hong Kong established nurses registration system to ensure the quality of nursing practice Education.
All nursing programmes in Hong Kong have to approved by the Nursing Council of Hong Kong. The approved nursing educational institutions are listed below. Nurses are the cornerstone of the nation‟s health care industry, they do not only offer care and comfort, but also serve as role models for good health care.
There is therefore adequate justification to study the effect of stress on the performance of nurses at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. Such study will help the nurses to identify the causesFile Size: KB. pdf Currently, hospital nursing care workers (hereafter referred to as HNCWs) pdf become an important part of the healthcare system in China.
They exist in nearly all of the public hospitals and in some private hospitals, making up 20 to 30% of the total nursing staff and providing 30 to 40% of basic nursing care for patients. However, many studies have shown Author: Yan Wang, Huiyun Yuan.Those are the key messages to emerge from a large-scale survey of nurses published in the January issue download pdf the Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Australian researchers surveyed nurses from seven private hospitals in four states, breaking them down into Baby Boomers (44 to 46 years), Generation X (29 to 43 years) and Generation Y (under 29).The relationship between the satisfaction of benefits, job satisfaction and turnover intention of nurses in small-medium sized hospitals.
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