Newly graduated nurses' intention to leave in their first year of practice in Shanghai: A longitudinal study.

@article{Zhang2017NewlyGN,
  title={Newly graduated nurses' intention to leave in their first year of practice in Shanghai: A longitudinal study.},
  author={Yuanyuan Zhang and Juemin Wu and Zhiyin Fang and Yaqing Zhang and Frances Kam Yuet Wong},
  journal={Nursing outlook},
  year={2017},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={
          202-211
        }
}
BACKGROUND During the transition, newly graduated nurses undergo complex challenges, which exacerbate their intention to leave. PURPOSE To examine the longitudinal change of intention to leave and identify the potential factors of intention to leave in the first year. METHODS A total of 343 newly graduated nurses were included in this longitudinal study. Nurses were surveyed to explore their intention to leave, occupational stress, coping style, professional identity, and locus of control… CONTINUE READING

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