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"Effects of Nursing Work Environment, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on Retention Intention of Clinical Nurses" icon

Effects of Nursing Work Environment, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment on Retention Intention of Clinical Nurses

 The study included 163 nurses working in three general hospitals located in B city. Data were collected by a survey using self-administrated questionnaire and analyzed using the SPSS software. The participants expressed a moderate level of retention intention. There were significant differences in retention intention by income (t=-2.13, p=.034) and intention to work (F=9.86, p=.001).The findings showed that nursing administrators should...

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