Magnet status and registered nurse views of the work environment and nursing as a career.

  title={Magnet status and registered nurse views of the work environment and nursing as a career.},
  author={Beth T. Ulrich and Peter Buerhaus and Karen Donelan and Linda D Norman and Robert S. Dittus},
  journal={The Journal of nursing administration},
  volume={39 7-8 Suppl},
OBJECTIVES To compare how registered nurses view the work environment and the nursing shortage based on the Magnet status of their organizations. BACKGROUND The upsurge in organizations pursuing and obtaining Magnet recognition provides increased opportunities to investigate whether and how registered nurses who are employed in Magnet organizations and organizations pursuing Magnet status perceive differences in the nursing shortage, hospitals' responses to the shortage, characteristics of… CONTINUE READING

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