Job performance among nurses working in two different health care levels, Eastern Saudi Arabia: a comparative study -

@inproceedings{AlMakhaita2014JobPA,
  title={Job performance among nurses working in two different health care levels, Eastern Saudi Arabia: a comparative study -},
  author={Huda Mansoor Al-Makhaita and Amr Ahmed Sabra and Ahmed Shokry Hafez},
  year={2014}
}
Background: Nursing job performance reflects the quality of delivered care and consequently patient outcomes, poor job performance is considered a risk factor for patient safety. Aims & Objective: To assess the level of self-reported job performance among nurses working in primary and secondary care and to determine the variables predicting performance among different levels of care. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional epidemiological study was conducted; using a self-administered… CONTINUE READING

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