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Job satisfaction in relation to communication in health care among nurses : a narrative review and pratical recommendations

Peter Vermeir (UGent) , Sophie Degroote (UGent) , Dominique Vandijck (UGent) , An Mariman (UGent) , Myriam Deveugele (UGent) , Renaat Peleman (UGent) , Rik Verhaeghe (UGent) , Bart Cambré and Dirk Vogelaers (UGent)
(2017) SAGE OPEN. 7(2).
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Worldwide, nurse shortage and high turnover rates are observed. Job satisfaction is a major determinant of retention and is influenced by intraorganizational communication and perceived communication satisfaction. This article presents a narrative review on communication satisfaction, job satisfaction, and their mutual relationship as well as their impact on turnover intention and burnout risk in the nursing profession. A literature search was conducted in the databases PubMed, Web of Science, and The Cochrane Library, and 47 articles were included. Descriptive analysis identified different types of social networks in the health care workplace. There is a positive association between communication and job satisfaction among nurses, translating into decreased turnover intention and burnout risk. Job satisfaction is required both for organizational stability as for coguaranteeing patient safety. This will be best achieved through an organization-wide multimodal prevention and intervention program, aimed at optimizing different modalities of interprofessional communication, workload, and job satisfaction.
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burnout, communication, work satisfaction, interpersonal communication, patient safety, TURNOVER, WORKING, BURNOUT, METAANALYSIS, MOTIVATION, HOSPITALS, VARIABLES, TEAMWORK, TAIWAN, INTENT

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Vermeir, Peter et al. “Job Satisfaction in Relation to Communication in Health Care Among Nurses : a Narrative Review and Pratical Recommendations.” SAGE OPEN 7.2 (2017): n. pag. Print.
APA
Vermeir, P., Degroote, S., Vandijck, D., Mariman, A., Deveugele, M., Peleman, R., Verhaeghe, R., et al. (2017). Job satisfaction in relation to communication in health care among nurses : a narrative review and pratical recommendations. SAGE OPEN, 7(2).
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Vermeir, Peter, Sophie Degroote, Dominique Vandijck, An Mariman, Myriam Deveugele, Renaat Peleman, Rik Verhaeghe, Bart Cambré, and Dirk Vogelaers. 2017. “Job Satisfaction in Relation to Communication in Health Care Among Nurses : a Narrative Review and Pratical Recommendations.” Sage Open 7 (2).
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Vermeir, Peter, Sophie Degroote, Dominique Vandijck, An Mariman, Myriam Deveugele, Renaat Peleman, Rik Verhaeghe, Bart Cambré, and Dirk Vogelaers. 2017. “Job Satisfaction in Relation to Communication in Health Care Among Nurses : a Narrative Review and Pratical Recommendations.” Sage Open 7 (2).
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Vermeir P, Degroote S, Vandijck D, Mariman A, Deveugele M, Peleman R, et al. Job satisfaction in relation to communication in health care among nurses : a narrative review and pratical recommendations. SAGE OPEN. 2017;7(2).
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P. Vermeir et al., “Job satisfaction in relation to communication in health care among nurses : a narrative review and pratical recommendations,” SAGE OPEN, vol. 7, no. 2, 2017.
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