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Meta Analysis of Variables related to Emotional Labor of Hospital Nurses
Kim, Jong Kyung; Kim, Jung-Hee;
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to use meta-analysis to evaluate factors and variables related to the emotional labor of hospital nurses. Method: The study included variables obtained from 66 recently published studies, doctoral dissertations, and master`s theses. Results: The related variables were categorized into five factor groups: internal character factor, nursing care related factor, environmental factor, emotional response, and job response. For the defensive variable, job related response (effect size [ES]
Emotional stress;Hospitals;Meta-Analysis;Nurses;
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