Bernd Hans Müller

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AIM This paper is a report of a study of (i) which variables are associated with the intention to leave the profession (ii) which variables are associated with the intention to leave the organization; and (iii) how the related variables differ between intentions in a secondary analysis of data of the German part of the European Nurses' Early Exit Study. (More)
AIMS A shortage of nurses happens not only in developed countries, but also in developing countries, such as in China, but the nurse turnover here makes the situation worse. Why do Chinese nurses want to leave the nursing profession? Our hypothesis is that unfavourable psychosocial work environment could predict nurses' intention to leave (ITL). METHODS(More)
BACKGROUND Many countries are facing a serious situation of nursing shortage, and retention of nurses is a challenge. OBJECTIVES To examine whether reward frustration at work, as measured by the effort-reward imbalance model, predicts intention to leave the nursing profession, using data from the European longitudinal nurses' early exit study. DESIGN A(More)
BACKGROUND Previous cross-sectional findings from the European Nurses Early Exit Study (NEXT) show that nurses who were dissatisfied with their work schedule tended to consider leaving the nursing profession. Mediating factors in this decision process may be caused by self-perceived poor work ability and/or health. The aim of this paper is to investigate(More)
The increasing need for certified nursing staff moves healthy ageing in the nursing profession into the focus of scientific consideration. The purpose of this investigation consisted a) in an age-differentiated, longitudinal consideration of the general state of health and b) in an age differentiated identification of variables which forecast the general(More)
Das Deutsche Rote Kreuz untersuchte in einer groß angelegten Studie die Arbeitsbedingungen seiner Rettungsdienstmitarbeiter. Dabei wurden mittels Fragebogen Beschwerden des Muskel-Skelett-Systems, psychosoziale Faktoren und das Belastungsempfinden geprüft. An einem kleineren Kollektiv wurden zusätzlich während des Arbeitsablaufs kontinuierliche(More)
BACKGROUND Aggressive behavior and violence in patients, residents or clients are growing challenges in nursing. Aggressive behavior can have both, physical and psychological consequences for nurses and can lead to a reduced performance at work, demotivation, sickness absence and the premature exit from the nursing profession. To develop purposive(More)