The NDNQI-Adapted Index of Work Satisfaction

@article{Taunton2004TheNI,
  title={The NDNQI-Adapted Index of Work Satisfaction},
  author={R. Taunton and M. Bott and M. Koehn and P. Miller and E. Rindner and Karen Pace and Carol Elliott and K. Bradley and D. Boyle and N. Dunton},
  journal={Journal of Nursing Measurement},
  year={2004},
  volume={12},
  pages={101 - 122}
}
The valid measurement of nurses’ job satisfaction is critical because job satisfaction is important for the retention of qualified nurses to provide patient care in hospitals. Two studies were conducted to adapt the Stamps Index of Work Satisfaction (1997b) to measure work satisfaction at the patient care unit level for use by the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI). In Study 1 (n = 918 RNs) exploratory factor analysis of data obtained using the NDNQI-Adapted Index… Expand
Evaluation of Elements of the Nursing Worklife Model Using Unit-Level Data
TLDR
Nurse manager ability, leadership, and support had direct links to job enjoyment as well as other elements of the NWLM, which is important to the retention of clinical nurses in the hospital setting. Expand
Self-reported Sources of Stress, Job Satisfaction and Quality of Care in Professional Hospital Nurses in West-Greece
TLDR
Stress and work satisfaction are negatively related and that the hospital and the department the participants worked in play a significant role in their work performance, underlines the need of creating a supportive and positive working environment for the nursing staff. Expand
Unit Type Differences in RN Workgroup Job Satisfaction
TLDR
Differences in RN workgroup job satisfaction were examined among 10 unit types—medical-surgical, step-down, critical care, pediatric, maternal-newborn, psychiatric, emergency department, rehabilitation, surgical services, and outpatient clinics and labs. Expand
THE IMPACT OF WORK UNIT AND ORGANIZATION SUPPORT ON HOSPITAL PATIENT SAFETY
TLDR
A promising, though non-significant finding, was increased WS and OS were associated with decreased FTR rates and teamwork, a component of WS was associated with decreases rates of FTR and Patient Safety events. Expand
Critical Analysis of 2 Nurse Perception Instruments: The Index of Work Satisfaction and the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index
  • C. Boev
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of nursing administration
  • 2013
TLDR
A critical comparison and analysis of the Index of Work Satisfaction (IWS) and the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI) found that perception of work environment as measured by the IWS was significantly lower compared with the PES- NWI. Expand
A confirmatory factor analysis of the Clinical Nursing Practice Environment Scale with hospital registered nurses in Taiwan.
TLDR
The Clinical Nursing Practice Environment Scale model was judged to fit the data adequately and provides the hospital manager with information that can be used to evaluate the organisational situation and to develop an intervention to improve the workplace environment in Taiwan. Expand
Organizational culture in general hospitals and its relationship with job satisfaction
Introduction: Organizational culture is formed via communication, resolving conflicts, team work and interconnection. The aim of the study was to present the connections between organizationalExpand
Job satisfaction in birth cohorts of nurses.
TLDR
Overtime demand and involuntary floating resulted in significantly lower job satisfaction in all age cohorts, and nurse leaders should consider retention strategies congruent with the job satisfaction predictors of different age groups. Expand
Organizational Environment and Nurses’ Job Satisfaction: A Study on Private Hospital in Bangladesh
This correlation based descriptive study is designed to describe and examine the relationship between organizational environment and nurses’ job satisfaction within the private health care context inExpand
Relationship between organizational climate and nurses'job satisfaction in Bangladesh
TLDR
The relationship between organizational climate and job satisfaction was found to be significantly positive and health care policy makers and nurse administrators should give emphasis on creating and maintaining a positive encouraging organizational climate that will contribute in increasing the nurses’ job satisfaction in Bangladesh. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 54 REFERENCES
Psychometric Evaluation of the Organizational Job Satisfaction Scale
TLDR
Data lend strong support for the scale which assesses four dimensions of organizational job satisfaction, which correlated significantly with a criterion measure of job enjoyment and Hypothesis testing of theoretically predictable relationships supported construct validity. Expand
Measuring organizational traits of hospitals: the Revised Nursing Work Index.
TLDR
The NWI-R has been found to capture organizational attributes that characterize professional nursing practice environments and its ability to explain differences in nurse burnout is found. Expand
Measurement of Work Satisfaction among Health Professionals
TLDR
Responses from the physicians, nurses, and support staff in the ambulatory setting and responses from the hospital nurses indicate that the scale does measure occupational satisfaction of health professionals both in institutional and noninstitutional settings. Expand
Sources of satisfaction in hospital nursing practice. A guide to effective job design.
TLDR
Correlation analysis indicates that job characteristics are meaningfully related to psychological states and job satisfaction, and findings support the hypothesis that specific aspects of SNs' jobs are reliably related to characteristics. Expand
Nurses' Satisfaction with Their Work Situation
TLDR
The Index of Work Satisfaction, a scale that measures relative importance of various components of satisfaction and attitudes toward the components, as well as an overall summary score, was developed and indicated that the scale measured occupational satisfaction of nurses in both settings. Expand
Factors Influencing Satisfaction and Anticipated Turnover for Nurses in an Academic Medical Center
TLDR
As healthcare institutions face a nursing shortage and a new generation of nurses enter the workforce, consideration of the factors that influence turnover is essential to creating a working environment that retains the nurse. Expand
Factors influencing job satisfaction on specialty nursing units.
TLDR
A statistically significant positive correlation between autonomy, motivation and job satisfaction and a statistically significant negative correlation between routinization andJob satisfaction are demonstrated. Expand
The effects of health care reforms on job satisfaction and voluntary turnover among hospital-based nurses.
TLDR
The authors conclude that although many aspects of job satisfaction are diminished, some factors predicting low satisfaction and turnover may be amenable to change by hospital administrators. Expand
Professional Satisfaction and Client Outcomes: A Comparative Organizational Analysis
TLDR
The authors examine the relationship between the aggregate job satisfaction level of nursing staff in 77 family planning clinics and two client outcomes: 1) the aggregate satisfactionlevel of teenage clients with contraceptive services obtained in the clinic, and 2) the subsequent rate of client compliance with contraceptive prescriptions. Expand
Nurses' job satisfaction: a longitudinal analysis.
TLDR
A causal model of nurses' job satisfaction was tested using longitudinal analysis of 13 causal determinants and five correlates measured at time 1, and job satisfaction measured at Time 2, and only the effects of day shift remained significant. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...