Israelis' perceived motivation for choosing a nursing career.

@article{Natan2010IsraelisPM,
  title={Israelis' perceived motivation for choosing a nursing career.},
  author={Merav Ben Natan and Fainna Becker},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 4},
  pages={308-13}
}
Recruitment problems are one of the main reasons for the shortage of nurses in Israel and elsewhere. The purpose of this study is to clarify factors affecting choice of ideal careers and nursing careers among the general population. A questionnaire constructed by McCabe et al. (2005) was administered to 309 men and women aged 18-50. Data were analyzed by quantitative methods. Research findings indicate that 8% of respondents expressed interest in studying nursing. Significant differences were… CONTINUE READING

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