Rural health workers and their work environment: the role of inter-personal factors on job satisfaction of nurses in rural Papua New Guinea

@inproceedings{Jayasuriya2012RuralHW,
  title={Rural health workers and their work environment: the role of inter-personal factors on job satisfaction of nurses in rural Papua New Guinea},
  author={Rohan Jayasuriya and Maxine Anne Whittaker and Grace Halim and Tim Matineau},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Job satisfaction is an important focal attitude towards work. Understanding factors that relate to job satisfaction allows interventions to be developed to enhance work performance. Most research on job satisfaction among nurses has been conducted in acute care settings in industrialized countries. Factors that relate to rural nurses are different. This study examined inter-personal, intra-personal and extra-personal factors that influence job satisfaction among rural primary care… CONTINUE READING
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