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The boundary-spanning behavior of nurses: The role of support and affective organizational commitment

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De Regge, Melissa, Freek Van Baelen, Sander Aerens, Tine Deweer, and Jeroen Trybou. 2018. “The Boundary-spanning Behavior of Nurses: The Role of Support and Affective Organizational Commitment.” Health Care Management Review.
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De Regge, M., Van Baelen, F., Aerens, S., Deweer, T., & Trybou, J. (2018). The boundary-spanning behavior of nurses: The role of support and affective organizational commitment. Health Care Management Review.
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De Regge M, Van Baelen F, Aerens S, Deweer T, Trybou J. The boundary-spanning behavior of nurses: The role of support and affective organizational commitment. Health Care Management Review. 2018;
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De Regge, Melissa, Freek Van Baelen, Sander Aerens, et al. “The Boundary-spanning Behavior of Nurses: The Role of Support and Affective Organizational Commitment.” Health Care Management Review (2018): n. pag. Print.
@article{8580336,
  author       = {De Regge, Melissa and Van Baelen, Freek and Aerens, Sander and Deweer, Tine and Trybou, Jeroen},
  journal      = {Health Care Management Review},
  title        = {The boundary-spanning behavior of nurses: The role of support and affective organizational commitment},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/The boundary-spanning behavior of nurses: The role of support and affective organizational commitment},
  year         = {2018},
}

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