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Turnover intention among intensive care unit nurses in Alexandria, Egypt

Turnover intention among intensive care unit nurses in Alexandria, Egypt 46 Original article Turnover intention among intensive care unit nurses in Alexandria, Egypt a c b Rasha Mosallam , Samer Hamidi and Manal Elrefaay Department of Health Administration and Behavioral Background Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, Faculty of Given the difficulty in recruiting new nurses, it is imperative to retain those already in Nursing, Alexandria University Student Hospital, Intensive Care Unit, Alexandria, Egypt and School of the profession. This cross-sectional study explored the relationship of demographic Health and Environmental Studies, Hamdan Bin and work-related factors, burnout, conflict management and relationship between Mohammed Smart University, Dubai, UAE nurses and physicians on turnover intentions among ICU nurses in eight major Correspondence to Rasha Mosallam, PhD, Department hospitals in Alexandria, Egypt. of Health Administration and Behavioral Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria University, Subjects and methods Alexandria, Egypt Data on burnout, conflict management, nurse–physician communication, and turnover Tel: + 20 100 587 5062; e-mail: rashaazm@yahoo.com intention were collected by surveying 100 nurses in eight hospitals in Alexandria governorate. All nurses at the ICU of selected hospitals were approached (n = 100) and a 47-item Likert scale questionnaire was administered to explore the factors Received 8 February 2015 affecting the turnover http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association Wolters Kluwer Health

Turnover intention among intensive care unit nurses in Alexandria, Egypt

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Copyright
© 2015 Egyptian Public Health Association
ISSN
0013-2446
DOI
10.1097/01.EPX.0000464696.41556.eb
pmid
26154830

Abstract

46 Original article Turnover intention among intensive care unit nurses in Alexandria, Egypt a c b Rasha Mosallam , Samer Hamidi and Manal Elrefaay Department of Health Administration and Behavioral Background Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, Faculty of Given the difficulty in recruiting new nurses, it is imperative to retain those already in Nursing, Alexandria University Student Hospital, Intensive Care Unit, Alexandria, Egypt and School of the profession. This cross-sectional study explored the relationship of demographic Health and Environmental Studies, Hamdan Bin and work-related factors, burnout, conflict management and relationship between Mohammed Smart University, Dubai, UAE nurses and physicians on turnover intentions among ICU nurses in eight major Correspondence to Rasha Mosallam, PhD, Department hospitals in Alexandria, Egypt. of Health Administration and Behavioral Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria University, Subjects and methods Alexandria, Egypt Data on burnout, conflict management, nurse–physician communication, and turnover Tel: + 20 100 587 5062; e-mail: rashaazm@yahoo.com intention were collected by surveying 100 nurses in eight hospitals in Alexandria governorate. All nurses at the ICU of selected hospitals were approached (n = 100) and a 47-item Likert scale questionnaire was administered to explore the factors Received 8 February 2015 affecting the turnover

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Journal of the Egyptian Public Health AssociationWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Jun 1, 2015

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