Nurses well-being in intensive care units: study of factors promoting team commitment.

@article{Galletta2016NursesWI,
  title={Nurses well-being in intensive care units: study of factors promoting team commitment.},
  author={Maura Galletta and Igor Portoghese and Rosa Cristina Coppola and Gabriele Finco and Marcello Campagna},
  journal={Nursing in critical care},
  year={2016},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={
          146-56
        }
}
BACKGROUND Intensive care units (ICUs) are challenging work environments because of the critical condition of patients, and ICU nurses frequently lament low job satisfaction and high staff turnover. Nevertheless, organizational and work characteristics, and the quality of relationships with staff can help to maintain nurses' enthusiasm and increase job satisfaction. AIM The aim of this study was to analyse how nursing work environment factors affect identification and commitment among ICU… CONTINUE READING
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