Comparing job satisfcation among registered nurses in an iranian hospital and a Malaysian hospital / Narges Atefi

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  title={Comparing job satisfcation among registered nurses in an iranian hospital and a Malaysian hospital / Narges Atefi},
  author={Narges Atefi},
  year={2014}
}
Job satisfaction is a critical factor in health care. Strong empirical evidence supports a causal relationship between job satisfaction, patient safety and quality of care. A sequential explanatory mixed-methodology based on Herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory was employed to identify the factors which influence job satisfaction among Malaysian and Iranian nurses. Proportionate samples of 416 nurses from one large hospital in Malaysia and 397 nurses from a large hospital in Iran were… CONTINUE READING

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