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Workplace empowerment and organizational commitment among nurses working at the Main University Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt

Workplace empowerment and organizational commitment among nurses working at the Main University... 90 Original article Workplace empowerment and organizational commitment among nurses working at the Main University Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt a a b Samaa Z. Ibrahem , Taghareed Elhoseeny and Rasha A. Mahmoud Department of Health Administration and Behavioural Background Sciences, High Institute of Public Health and High-quality patient care depends on a nursing workforce that is empowered to Faculty of Nursing, Alexandria, Egypt provide care according to professional nursing standards. Numerous studies have Correspondence to Samaa Z. Ibrahem, Department established positive relationships between empowerment and important nursing of Health Administration and Behavioural Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, 165 Al-Horreya Road, outcomes such as work effectiveness, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment. Al-Hadara, Alexandria 2156, Egypt Participants and methods Tel: + 20 342 85575/ + 20 111 411 3455; fax: + 20 349 07535; A cross-sectional study design was used to assess the relationships between e-mail: samaa752002@yahoo.com structural and psychological empowerment and their effects on hospital nurses’ Received 30 April 2013 organizational commitment at the Main University Hospital in Alexandria governorate. Accepted 30 April 2013 The total number of nurses who participated in the study was 150 nurses, and four Journal of the Egyptian Public Health interview questionnaires were used to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association Wolters Kluwer Health

Workplace empowerment and organizational commitment among nurses working at the Main University Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt

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Copyright
© 2013 Egyptian Public Health Association
ISSN
0013-2446
DOI
10.1097/01.EPX.0000430957.52814.8a
pmid
23963088

Abstract

90 Original article Workplace empowerment and organizational commitment among nurses working at the Main University Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt a a b Samaa Z. Ibrahem , Taghareed Elhoseeny and Rasha A. Mahmoud Department of Health Administration and Behavioural Background Sciences, High Institute of Public Health and High-quality patient care depends on a nursing workforce that is empowered to Faculty of Nursing, Alexandria, Egypt provide care according to professional nursing standards. Numerous studies have Correspondence to Samaa Z. Ibrahem, Department established positive relationships between empowerment and important nursing of Health Administration and Behavioural Sciences, High Institute of Public Health, 165 Al-Horreya Road, outcomes such as work effectiveness, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment. Al-Hadara, Alexandria 2156, Egypt Participants and methods Tel: + 20 342 85575/ + 20 111 411 3455; fax: + 20 349 07535; A cross-sectional study design was used to assess the relationships between e-mail: samaa752002@yahoo.com structural and psychological empowerment and their effects on hospital nurses’ Received 30 April 2013 organizational commitment at the Main University Hospital in Alexandria governorate. Accepted 30 April 2013 The total number of nurses who participated in the study was 150 nurses, and four Journal of the Egyptian Public Health interview questionnaires were used to

Journal

Journal of the Egyptian Public Health AssociationWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Aug 1, 2013

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