(School of Business, Public Health and Insurance Center, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
(G. Chapidze Emergency Cardiology Center, Tbilisi, Georgia)
(School of Business, Public Health and Insurance Center, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
(3 La Trobe University, School of Psychology and Public Health, Australia)
Yıl: 2018Cilt: 29Sayı: 1ISSN: 1300-056X / 2147-2092Sayfa Aralığı: 12 - 16İngilizce

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Nurses’ Work Environment Characteristics and Job Satisfaction: Evidence from Georgia
Introduction: The health care system and health care service delivery is essentially dependent on the number of medical staff working in the network, their level of education, work environment and job satisfaction. There is a shortage of nurses’ in Georgia, which has an adverse effect on the health care system and patient care outcomes. The aim of this study is to measure the work environment characteristics, job satisfaction and to evaluate the association between these variables. Methods: The quantitative research method was used. The Work Environment Scale and a Job Satisfaction Questionnaire were administered. Descriptive statistics were used to describe the sample and results of the questionnaires. Results: The majority of nurse’s reported lower levels of job satisfaction, work environment characteristics. Discussion: The nurse shortage is caused by a variety of reasons, including the inability of the health care system to keep nurses in a workplace. Due to the economic situation, nurses' annual salary is very low. The hospitals are trying to reduce the number of nurses or not to hire additional nurses due to economic reasons. Nurses have less will to work with the existing working conditions. Policy makers should address many issues: improving recruitment, retention and return in order to keep or increase already few number of nurses. The development of programs to improve the nurse practice environment, especially staffing and resources, could improve nurse retention and thereby slow down the nursing shortage.
Fen > Temel Bilimler > Biyoloji
Fen > Tıp > Alerji
Fen > Tıp > Anatomi ve Morfoloji
Fen > Tıp > Androloji
Fen > Tıp > Anestezi
Fen > Tıp > Odyoloji ve Konuşma-Dil Patolojisi
Fen > Tıp > Biyokimya ve Moleküler Biyoloji
Fen > Tıp > Biyofizik
Fen > Tıp > Biyoteknoloji ve Uygulamalı Mikrobiyoloji
Fen > Tıp > Kalp ve Kalp Damar Sistemi
Fen > Tıp > Hücre Biyolojisi
Fen > Tıp > Klinik Nöroloji
Fen > Tıp > Yoğun Bakım, Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Dermatoloji
Fen > Tıp > Acil Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Endokrinoloji ve Metabolizma
Fen > Tıp > Gastroenteroloji ve Hepatoloji
Fen > Tıp > Geriatri ve Gerontoloji
Fen > Tıp > Sağlık Bilimleri ve Hizmetleri
Fen > Tıp > Hematoloji
Fen > Tıp > İmmünoloji
Fen > Tıp > Enfeksiyon Hastalıkları
Fen > Tıp > Tamamlayıcı ve Entegre Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Tıbbi Etik
Fen > Tıp > Tıbbi İnformatik
Fen > Tıp > Tıbbi Laboratuar Teknolojisi
Fen > Tıp > Genel ve Dahili Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Adli Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Tıbbi Araştırmalar Deneysel
Fen > Tıp > Mikrobiyoloji
Fen > Tıp > Nörolojik Bilimler
Fen > Tıp > Kadın Hastalıkları ve Doğum
Fen > Tıp > Onkoloji
Fen > Tıp > Göz Hastalıkları
Fen > Tıp > Ortopedi
Fen > Tıp > Kulak, Burun, Boğaz
Fen > Tıp > Patoloji
Fen > Tıp > Pediatri
Fen > Tıp > Periferik Damar Hastalıkları
Fen > Tıp > Fizyoloji
Fen > Tıp > Temel Sağlık Hizmetleri
Fen > Tıp > Psikiyatri
Fen > Tıp > Halk ve Çevre Sağlığı
Fen > Tıp > Radyoloji, Nükleer Tıp, Tıbbi Görüntüleme
Fen > Tıp > Rehabilitasyon
Fen > Tıp > Solunum Sistemi
Fen > Tıp > Romatoloji
Fen > Tıp > Spor Bilimleri
Fen > Tıp > Cerrahi
Fen > Tıp > Transplantasyon
Fen > Tıp > Tropik Tıp
Fen > Tıp > Üroloji ve Nefroloji
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