The Perceptions and Expectations Toward the Social Responsibility of Hospitals and Organizational Commitment of Nursing Staff

@article{Hsieh2016ThePA,
  title={The Perceptions and Expectations Toward the Social Responsibility of Hospitals and Organizational Commitment of Nursing Staff},
  author={Sheng-Che Hsieh and Herng-Chia Chiu and Ya-Hui Hsieh and Pei-Shen Ho and L. Chen and Wei-Chou Chang},
  journal={Journal of Nursing Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={24},
  pages={249–261}
}
  • Sheng-Che Hsieh, Herng-Chia Chiu, +3 authors Wei-Chou Chang
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Nursing Research
  • Background: The labor rights of medical workers in hospitals in Taiwan have been a key issue of discussion and controversy in recent years. Generally, poor work conditions and manpower shortages in hospitals have resulted in a vicious circle of severely overworked medical and healthcare staff and chronically low staffing and retention rates. Purpose: This study employed corporate social responsibility as the conceptual framework of the social responsibility of hospitals to examine the… CONTINUE READING
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