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    Title: Quality of Work Life, Nurses' Intention to Leave the Profession, and Nurses Leaving the Profession: A One-Year Prospective Survey
    Authors: Ya-Wen Lee, Yu-Tzu Dai, Mei-Yeh Chang, Yue-Cune Chang, Kaiping Grace Yao, Mei-Chun Liu
    Date: 2017-07
    Issue Date: 2017-10-31 02:10:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: PURPOSE:
    To examine the associations among quality of work life, nurses' intention to leave the profession, and nurses leaving the profession.
    DESIGN:
    A prospective study design was used.
    METHODS:
    Participants were 1,283 hospital nurses with a purposive sampling in Taiwan. The self-reported questionnaire consisted of three questionnaires: the Chinese version of the Quality of Nursing Work Life scale, an intention-to-leave profession questionnaire, and a demographic questionnaire. Records of nurses leaving the profession were surveyed 1 year later. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and inferential statistics.
    FINDINGS:
    As many as 720 nurses (56.1%) had tendencies to leave their profession. However, only 31 nurses (2.5%) left their profession 1 year later. Nurses' intention to leave the profession mediated the relationship between the milieu of respect and autonomy, quality of work life, and nurses leaving the profession.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    The milieu of respect and autonomy describing the quality of work life predicts the nurses' intention to leave the profession, and together these predict nurses leaving the profession.
    CLINICAL RELEVANCE:
    This study illustrates that nurse managers could provide effective interventions to ameliorate the milieu of respect and autonomy aspect of quality of work life to prevent nurses from leaving their profession.
    Relation: Journal of Nursing Scholarship 49(4), p.438–444
    DOI: 10.1111/jnu.12301
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Mathematics] Journal Article

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