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AIMS The purpose of this article was to explore the relationships between perceived high performance work systems, emotional labour, burnout and intention to leave among nurses in Australia. BACKGROUND Previous studies show that emotional labour and burnout are associated with an increase in intention to leave of nurses. There is evidence that high… (More)
PURPOSE The aim of this paper is to examine the effects of burnout and supervisory social support on the relationship between work-family conflict, and intention to leave of cancer workers in an Australian health care setting. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH Data collected from a public hospital of 114 cancer workers were used to test a model of the… (More)
AIM This aim of this study was to investigate the interactive effects of psychological empowerment and job satisfaction on the relationship between high-performance work systems (HPWS) and nurses' perceptions of the quality of patient care they provide. BACKGROUND Studies of high-performing organizations in a variety of industries have consistently… (More)
Market orientation is widely accepted as important for company performance. However, scholarly research on market orientation has emphasised the consequences of market-orientation rather than its antecedents. With the growth of the services industry, it has been suggested that internal marketing influences market orientation, as the product received is a… (More)
HUDERF is the only pediatric hospital autonomous in Belgium because the other academic pediatric departments are included in general hospitals. However, the model of the children hospital is the most common, both in the industrial nations and in the undeveloped countries and evolves in hospital "mother-child" for the optimaisation of cares in infants that… (More)
The increased prevalence of asthma in children is mostly determined by environmental factors such as allergen exposure, viral infections, passive tobacco smoking, air pollution ... The control of the newborn's and infant's environment can reduce the symptoms especially in genetically at risk babies. Several measures are now recommended from pregnancy.