Measurement of organizational culture and climate in healthcare.

Abstract

Although there is increasing interest in the relationship between organizational constructs and health services outcomes, information on the reliability and validity of the instruments measuring these constructs is sparse. Twelve instruments were identified that may have applicability in measuring organizational constructs in the healthcare setting. The authors describe and characterize these instruments and discuss the implications for nurse administrators.

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@article{Gershon2004MeasurementOO, title={Measurement of organizational culture and climate in healthcare.}, author={Robyn R. M. Gershon and Patricia W. Stone and Suzanne Bakken and Elaine Larson}, journal={The Journal of nursing administration}, year={2004}, volume={34 1}, pages={33-40} }