Securing intensive care: towards a better understanding of intensive care nurses’ perceived work pressure and turnover intention

@article{Dam2013SecuringIC,
  title={Securing intensive care: towards a better understanding of intensive care nurses’ perceived work pressure and turnover intention},
  author={Karen I van Dam and Mauk Meewis and Beatrice I.J.M. Van der Heijden},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2013},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={31-40}
}
AIM To provide insight into the individual and contextual factors that are related to intensive care nursing staff perceptions of work pressure and turnover. BACKGROUND Hospitals are facing a shortage of intensive care nurses that will only become more pressing owing to demographic changes. Nurses' sickness absence and turnover are considered important threats to the supply of intensive care. DESIGN A quantitative, cross-sectional research design was used that was preceded by a qualitative… CONTINUE READING

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