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The library is a searchable online bilingual database of peer-reviewed literature, grey literature, as well as data resources on all matters related to health human resources within and concerning Canada.

Jean Vanier and the transformational model of rehabilitation: Principles of care for concerned professionals

The focus of this thesis is stress in rehabilitation professionals. Within the thesis, burnout encompasses compassion fatigue and moral stress. Therefore, burnout is the emotional and ethical fatigue which is produced through organizational and clinical e ...

Language:English
AuthorForster D M
Year2007

Job and career satisfaction and turnover intentions of newly graduated nurses

Job and career satisfaction and turnover intentions of newly graduated nurses Aim  To describe new graduate nurses' worklife experiences in Ontario hospital settings in the first 2 years of practice and to examine predictors of job and career satisfaction ...

Language:English
AuthorLaschinger HK.
Year2012

Job demands–resources, burnout and intention to leave the nursing profession: A questionnaire survey

Objectives The aims of the paper are to examine the role of burnout in the relationship between stress factors related to nurses’ work and social environment and intention to leave the profession and to investigate the nature of the relationship between ...

Language:English
AuthorJourdain G, Chênevert D
Year2010

Job location decisions of pharmacy graduates in British Columbia

OBJECTIVES: To determine the factors influencing pharmacy graduates' selection of their first professional job location. METHODS: A survey was conducted of the 2007 graduating class of the University of British Columbia, examining hometown location, co ...

Language:English
AuthorPearson M L, Andres L
Year2010

Job satisfaction among a multigenerational nursing workforce

AIM: To explore generational differences in job satisfaction. BACKGROUND: Effective retention strategies are required to mitigate the international nursing shortage. Job satisfaction, a strong and consistent predictor of retention, may differ across ge ...

Language:English
AuthorWilson B, Squires M, Widger K, Cranley L, Tourangeau A
Year2008

Job satisfaction among Canadian orthodontists

Job satisfaction has been well researched for many professions, including general dentistry. The job satisfaction of orthodontists has not been adequately studied. The aims of this study were to describe job satisfaction among orthodontists and to determi ...

Language:English
AuthorRoth S F, Heo G, Varnhagen C, Glover K E, Major P W
Year2003

Job satisfaction among hospital nurses revisited: A systematic review

Background The current nursing shortage and high turnover is of great concern in many countries because of its impact upon the efficiency and effectiveness of any healthcare delivery system. Recruitment and retention of nurses are persistent problems ass ...

Language:English
AuthorLu H, Barriball L, Zhang X, While A E
Year2012

Job satisfaction among multiple sclerosis certified nurses

Several studies document high levels of job satisfaction among certified nurses, but no study has examined job satisfaction and factors influencing job satisfaction of certified multiple sclerosis (MS) nurses. This study tested a theoretical model proposi ...

Language:English
AuthorGulick E E, Halper J, Costello K
Year2007

Job satisfaction among nurses and its relationship to reflective practice

This study was undertaken to explore job satisfaction among nurses and its relationship to reflective practice. It is a qualitative study that listens to the perspectives of 7 mental health nurses who work In a conmiunity hospital in southern Ontario. A ...

Language:English
AuthorCrawford P A
Year2001

Job satisfaction among nurses: A literature review

The current nursing shortage and high turnover is of great concern in many countries because of its impact upon the efficiency and effectiveness of any health-care delivery system. Recruitment and retention of nurses are persistent problems associated wit ...

Language:English
AuthorLu H, While A E, Barriball K L
Year2005

Job satisfaction and intentions to leave of new nurses

Turnover of newly graduated nurses is of significant concern. There are continuing reports that new graduates struggle during the transition to the work setting. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of perceived demands, control, social su ...

Language:English
AuthorPeterson J, McGillis Hall L, O'Brien-Pallas L, Cockerill R
Year2011

Job satisfaction and retention of nursing staff: The impact of nurse management leadership

Motivated by the nursing shortage, an action research project was conducted in a recently merged teaching hospital in the province of Quebec, referred to in this report as the university hospital). Research questions were related to (1) the key factors as ...

Language:English
AuthorGagnon S, Ritchie J, Lynch A, Drouin S, Cass V, Rinfret N, Rouleau C, Valois M
Year2006

Job satisfaction in rural and remote nursing: Comparison of registered nurses in nurse practitioner vs. non-nurse practitioner roles

In Canada, the nursing shortage and high turnover rate of nurses are expected to worsen over the next ten years, making the recruitment and retention of nurses a priority for health care. Previous research has indicated that job satisfaction influences th ...

Language:English
AuthorWormsbecker K J
Year2008

Job satisfaction, retention, recruitment and skill mix for a sustainable health care system

Health WORCS was assigned the task of: Developing, within the context of the many factors affecting supply and demand, recommendations that will assist Saskatchewan Health and health employers understand the human resource challenges in the health wor ...

Language:English
AuthorBackman A
Year2000

Job strain and sickness absence among nurses in the province of Québec

BACKGROUND: Using Karasek's job strain model, the objective of the study was to determine whether nurses exposed to job strain had a higher incidence of sick leave than nurses not exposed. METHODS: The design was longitudinal. Data on sick leave were c ...

Language:English
AuthorBourbonnais R, Mondor M
Year2001

Job stress and burnout among Canadian managers and nurses: An empirical examination

This study examined the relationship of job stress with burnout and its three dimensions (emotional exhaustion, lack of accomplishment and depersonalization), job satisfaction, organizational commitment and psychosomatic health problems. Data were collect ...

Language:English
AuthorJamal M, Baba VV
Year2000

Job stress and job dissatisfaction of home care workers in the context of health care restructuring

Changes in the social organization of home care work due to health care restructuring have affected the job stress and job dissatisfaction of home care workers. This article reports the results of a survey of 892 employees from three nonprofit home care a ...

Language:English
AuthorDenton M, Zeytinoglu I U, Davies S, Lian J
Year2002

Job stress, job satisfaction, and intention to leave among new nurses

The difficulties new nurses experience when first entering acute care work environments have been recognized since Kramer's seminal work in the 1970s. Despite the implementation of interventions designed to help ease the transition, the literature continu ...

Language:English
AuthorPeterson J Z
Year2009

Joint position paper on training for rural family practitioners in advanced maternity skills and cesarean section | Déclaration de principe conjointe sur la formation des practiciens pour les soins maternels avancés et les césariennes

All women in Canada deserve timely access to advanced maternity care. In urban Canada this is usually a given. For the approximately one third of Canadian women who spend their pregnancies in rural Canada, access can be a serious challenge. Most rural com ...

Language:English/French
AuthorCollege of Family Physicians of Canada, Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, Society Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada
Year1999

Joint position statement: Workplace violence | Énoncé de position commun: Violence en milieu de travail

The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) believe that it is the right of all nurses to work in an environment that is free from violence. | L’Association des infirmières et infirmiers du Canada (AIIC) et ...

Language:English/French
AuthorCanadian Nurses Association (CNA) & Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU)
Year2008