Hospital organizational climates and nurses' intent to stay: differences between units and wards.

@article{Mrayyan2008HospitalOC,
  title={Hospital organizational climates and nurses' intent to stay: differences between units and wards.},
  author={Majd Tawfeeq Mrayyan},
  journal={Contemporary nurse},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={223-36}
}
PURPOSE To assess variables of hospitals' organizational climates and nurses' intent to stay in intensive care units and wards. Also, this study aims at studying the relationship between hospital organizational climate and nurse intention to stay. METHODS A descriptive comparative design was used to collect the data from a convenience sample of 349 nurses who were working in 7 hospitals in Jordan, with a response rate of 70%. Farley's Nursing Practice Environment Scale (NPES) was used to… CONTINUE READING