Staff development opportunity and nurse job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and intent to remain in the organization. Implications for staff development.

@article{Kirsch1990StaffDO,
  title={Staff development opportunity and nurse job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and intent to remain in the organization. Implications for staff development.},
  author={James C. Kirsch},
  journal={Journal of nursing staff development : JNSD},
  year={1990},
  volume={6 6},
  pages={
          279-82
        }
}
  • James C. Kirsch
  • Published in Journal of nursing staff development : JNSD 1990
In a time of financial constraints in health care, it is essential that nursing staff development in hospitals--a costly part of the budget--make a difference. The findings of the following study supported a positive relationship between nurse satisfaction with hospital-sponsored nursing staff development and the nurse's job satisfaction, commitment to the organization, and intent to remain employed in the organization. 

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