alexa Increased Job Satisfaction After Small Group Reflection on an Intensive Care Unit.


Journal of Nursing & Care

Author(s): Lindberg EB

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The present article reports on an empirical intervention aimed at testing the modern theory of competence at work. Competence is primarily defined as a way of understanding one's work and work tasks. In this study, a pretest and posttest design was used to measure job satisfaction, organizational climate, and prevalence of stress-related symptoms. In terms of these outcome variables, several aspects of job satisfaction increased significantly, whereas organizational climate and stress-related symptoms remained stable. This article was published in Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing and referenced in Journal of Nursing & Care

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