Work-related burnout, job satisfaction, intent to leave, and nurse-assessed quality of care among travel nurses.

@article{Faller2011WorkrelatedBJ,
  title={Work-related burnout, job satisfaction, intent to leave, and nurse-assessed quality of care among travel nurses.},
  author={Marcia S Faller and Michael G Gates and Jane M Georges and Cynthia D. Connelly},
  journal={The Journal of nursing administration},
  year={2011},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={71-7}
}
OBJECTIVE This research study examines work-related burnout, job satisfaction, nurse-assessed quality of care, and intent to leave in travel nurses, a population that has not been studied previously. BACKGROUND Travel nurses are frequently used to supplement nursing staff in acute care hospitals, especially in times of shortage--understanding their satisfaction with the job may further illuminate the problem of nurse job dissatisfaction in general. METHODS Ordinary least-squares regression… CONTINUE READING