Job satisfaction, occupational commitment and intent to stay among Chinese nurses: a cross-sectional questionnaire survey.

@article{Wang2012JobSO,
  title={Job satisfaction, occupational commitment and intent to stay among Chinese nurses: a cross-sectional questionnaire survey.},
  author={Lin Wang and Hong Tao and Carol Hall Ellenbecker and Xiaohong Liu},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2012},
  volume={68 3},
  pages={
          539-49
        }
}
AIM This study was designed to identify the level of nurses' job satisfaction, occupational commitment and intent to stay among mainland Chinese nurses, to explore the relationship among them. BACKGROUND   Little is known about the magnitude of Chinese nurses' intent to stay. Understanding the association among demographic characteristics and job satisfaction, occupational commitment and intent to stay among Chinese nurses is most important in a time of nurse shortages. Methods.  A… CONTINUE READING
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