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Factors Influencing Hospital Nurses` Turnover Intention: A Cross-sectional Survey
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Factors Influencing Hospital Nurses` Turnover Intention: A Cross-sectional Survey
Yeun, Eun-Ja; Kwon, Young-Mi; Je, Mi-Soon; An, Jeong-Hwa;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study was to identify internal marketing, nursing professionalism, emotional exhaustion, personal accomplishment that influence turnover intention among hospital nurses and to predict in turnover intention. Methods: A cross-sectional sample of 270 hospital nurses from 2 university hospitals in Seoul and Chungbuk, South Korea. The data were collected from May to June, 2013 and using analyzed with t-test, ANOVA and stepwise multiple regression by using SPSS 19.0 program. Results: The mean score for nurse turnover was , internal marketing , nursing professionalism , emotional exhaustion , and personal accomplishment . The significant factors of turnover intention were emotional exhaustion, internal marketing, nursing professionalism, work unit, nurse position, and education. And these factors explained 25.1% of the variance in turnover intention. Conclusion: The results from this study indicated a need to develop the intervention program to prevent turnover intention. These findings establish a baseline that will lead to further research.
 Keywords
Nurses;Turnover intention;Internal Marketing;Nursing Professionalism;Emotional Exhaustion;Personal Accomplishment;
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Korean
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