Journal article

Nurses' job dissatisfaction and turnover intention: methodological myths and an alternative approach.

Miyuki Takase, Phillip Maude, Elizabeth Manias

Nurs Health Sci | Published : 2005

Abstract

Job dissatisfaction and turnover are recurring themes in nursing. The current international nursing shortage has resulted in increased interest in investigating the causes of nurses' job dissatisfaction and turnover, and in developing countermeasures to address these issues. This paper involves a review of quantitative nursing studies, which investigated the causes of nurses' job dissatisfaction and turnover intention, and identifies commonly held myths that may inhibit more nurse-centered strategies from being developed. These myths are based on an assumption that a nurse-environment relationship is a one-way interaction in which nurses passively respond to their environment. The paper intr..

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