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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 22, Number 5, 1 July 2014

Retention, fatigue, burnout and job satisfaction: new aspects and challenges
pp. 541-542(2)
Authors: Macken, Lynn; Hyrkas, Kristiina

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Surgical nurses' intention to leave a workplace in Iceland: a questionnaire study
pp. 543-552(10)
Authors: Sveinsdóttir, Herdís; Blöndal, Katrín

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Turnover of regulated nurses in long‐term care facilities
pp. 553-562(10)
Authors: Chu, Charlene H.; Wodchis, Walter P.; McGilton, Katherine S.

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The importance of social exchange to nurses and nurse assistants: impact on retention factors
pp. 563-571(9)
Authors: Trybou, Jeroen; Pourcq, Kaat; Paeshuyse, Michel; Gemmel, Paul

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Why are they leaving? Causes of actual turnover in the Danish eldercare services
pp. 583-592(10)
Authors: Clausen, Thomas; Tufte, Pernille; Borg, Vilhelm

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Fatigue and recovery in 12‐hour dayshift hospital nurses
pp. 593-603(11)
Authors: Chen, Jie; Davis, Kermit G.; Daraiseh, Nancy M.; Pan, Wei; Davis, Linda S.

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The impact of shift work on nurses' job stress, sleep quality and self‐perceived health status
pp. 604-612(9)
Authors: Lin, Shu‐Hui; Liao, Wen‐Chun; Chen, Mei‐Yen; Fan, Jun‐Yu

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Factors related to burnout among Chinese female hospital nurses: cross‐sectional survey in Liaoning Province of China
pp. 621-629(9)
Authors: Wu, Hui; Liu, Li; Sun, Wei; Zhao, Xue; Wang, Jiana; Wang, Lie

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Burnout of registered nurses in South Africa
pp. 630-642(13)
Authors: Colff, Johanna J.; Rothmann, Sebastiaan

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Does participative leadership reduce the onset of mobbing risk among nurse working teams?
pp. 643-652(10)
Authors: Bortoluzzi, Guido; Caporale, Loretta; Palese, Alvisa

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Job satisfaction among public health nurses: a national survey
pp. 653-663(11)
Authors: Curtis, Elizabeth A.; Glacken, Michele

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Job satisfaction among nursing personnel in Hong Kong: a questionnaire survey
pp. 664-675(12)
Authors: Cheung, Kin; Ching, Shirley Siu Yin

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