Nurses' perceived and actual caregiving roles: identifying factors that can contribute to job satisfaction.

@article{Morrison2014NursesPA,
  title={Nurses' perceived and actual caregiving roles: identifying factors that can contribute to job satisfaction.},
  author={Kelsey B Morrison and Susan A Korol},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 23-24},
  pages={3468-77}
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To compare nurses' caring expectations with their caregiving experiences and to identify factors that could potentially be included in a preliminary conceptual model of job satisfaction and compassion fatigue. BACKGROUND Nurses often report emotional reward and satisfaction in their profession from compassionately caring for sick and injured patients. However, being in close proximity to trauma can eventually deplete a nurse's compassion and empathy for the patients they… CONTINUE READING
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