Retaining occupational therapists in rehabilitation settings: influential factors.

@article{Freda1992RetainingOT,
  title={Retaining occupational therapists in rehabilitation settings: influential factors.},
  author={M Freda},
  journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association},
  year={1992},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={240-5}
}
  • M Freda
  • Published 1992 in
    The American journal of occupational therapy…
The purpose of this study was to identify the factors considered by occupational therapists in their decision to leave or to remain at a present job. Fifty-five occupational therapists practicing in freestanding rehabilitation hospitals in the Philadelphia metropolitan area were surveyed regarding general satisfaction, rewarding and stressful aspects of their current job, and personal or professional reasons to consider leaving a job. The responses were grouped by the therapists' years of… CONTINUE READING

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