Staff's person-centredness in dementia care in relation to job characteristics and job-related well-being: a cross-sectional survey in nursing homes.

@article{Willemse2015StaffsPI,
  title={Staff's person-centredness in dementia care in relation to job characteristics and job-related well-being: a cross-sectional survey in nursing homes.},
  author={Bernadette M Willemse and Jan de Jonge and Dieneke Smit and Quirijn Visser and Marja F. I. A. Depla and Anne Margriet Pot},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2015},
  volume={71 2},
  pages={404-16}
}
AIM To explore the role of nursing staff's person-centredness caring for people with dementia in relation to their work environment and job-related well-being. BACKGROUND Given the development towards person-centred care and labour force issues, research has recently focused on the effect of person-centredness on nursing staff's well-being. Findings from occupational stress research suggest that employees' personal characteristics, such as person-centredness, can moderate the impact… CONTINUE READING
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