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Socio-Demographic Correlates of Job Satisfaction and Perceived Factors Influencing Nurses Turnover in Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital Zaria Kaduna State, Nigeria

  title={Socio-Demographic Correlates of Job Satisfaction and Perceived Factors Influencing Nurses Turnover in Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital Zaria Kaduna State, Nigeria},
  author={Robert Teryila Kever and Silas Saidu Oyibo and Aji M. Gana and John Freeman Ukende and Pius Iorapuu Damkor and Sambo and Danlami},
Article History Received: 02.10.2018 Accepted: 10.10.2018 Published: 30.10.2018 Abstract: Workplace turnover is destructive to nursing and patient outcomes as it leads to losing competent and qualified nurses. However, developments of coping strategies demand a clear understanding of workplace variables that either motivates nurses to remain employed or lead them to leave their current jobs. This study assessed the relationship between socio-demographic characteristics of members of nursing… 



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