Predictors of new graduate nurses' workplace well-being: testing the job demands-resources model.

@article{Laschinger2012PredictorsON,
  title={Predictors of new graduate nurses' workplace well-being: testing the job demands-resources model.},
  author={Heather K Spence Laschinger and Ashley L Grau and Joan Finegan and Piotr Wilk},
  journal={Health care management review},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={175-86}
}
BACKGROUND New graduate nurses currently experience a stressful transition into the workforce, resulting in high levels of burnout and job turnover in their first year of practice. PURPOSE This study tested a theoretical model of new graduate nurses' worklife derived from the job demands-resources model to better understand how job demands (workload and bullying), job resources (job control and supportive professional practice environments), and a personal resource (psychological capital… CONTINUE READING
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