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Empowerment, job satisfaction and organizational commitment: a comparative analysis of nurses working in Malaysia and England.
The differences between these two groups of nurses show that empowerment does not generate the same results in all countries, and reflects empirical evidence from most cross cultural studies on empowerment. Expand
Systematic Review of Prognostic Factors for Return to Work in Workers with Sub Acute and Chronic Low Back Pain
The evidence on factors that predict duration of sick leave in workers after 6 weeks low back pain (LBP) related sick leave is systematically reviewed and cannot conclude that prognostic factors change over time. Expand
Breast cancer knowledge and screening behaviour among women with a positive family history: a cross sectional study.
Poor knowledge and practise of breast screening are likely to lead to late stage presentation of breast cancer disease, and some important predictors of breastcancer screening behaviour among women with positive family history of Breast cancer were identified. Expand
Rasch analysis of Stamps's Index of Work Satisfaction in nursing population
The Rasch model is applied to examine the adequacy of Stamps's Index of Work Satisfaction for measuring nurses' job satisfaction cross‐culturally and to determine the validity and reliability of the instrument using the Rasch criteria. Expand
Complementary and alternative medicine use among breast cancer patients in a tertiary hospital in malaysia
Prevalence of CAM use, especially TM, was high among the Malay and Chinese ethnic groups, and the lack of autonomy in decision-making by the women was the major reason for the use of CAM. Expand
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder: prevalence and effects on nursing students' academic performance and clinical training in Kuwait.
The prevalence of Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder among non-treatment seeking female students at the College of Nursing Kuwait was investigated and the effects of the disorder on their academic performance as shown by their grade point average and rate of absenteeism at clinical training were explored. Expand
Prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal and non-musculoskeletal injuries in health care workers: the implications for work disability management
The risk of idiopathic work-related musculoskeletal disorders continue to be high compared to traumatic and non-musculoskletal disorders, particularly in tasks that involved high physical activities, particularlyInjury risks varied between worker groups, and a significant difference was found within the female group, but not among the males. Expand
Nature of Injury and Risk of Multiple Claims Among Workers in Manitoba Health Care
  • N. Oranye
  • Medicine
  • Workplace health & safety
  • 1 February 2018
The study conclusion is that the nature of injury and work tasks are probably more significant risk factors for multiple claims than worker characteristics. Expand
The Validity of Standardized Interviews Used for University Admission Into Health Professional Programs
The Rasch analysis result supports the use of structured interview as an additional tool for students’ admission and indicates that the tool has high reliability, was invariant across the participants, and fits the Rasch probabilistic model. Expand
Do Personal Factors or Types of Physical Tasks Predict Workplace Injury?
Physical tasks associated with health care jobs and the amount of time spent on these tasks constitutes serious risk factors for work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD). Expand