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Relationship of Job Stress to Turnover Intention in Hospital Nurses of Rural Areas: Job Embeddedness as a Mediator

Kang EH, Seo IS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between job stress and turnover intention and the mediating effect of job embeddedness on the relationship among hospital nurses...
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Investigation of Demand–Control–Support Model and Effort–Reward Imbalance Model as Predictor of Counterproductive Work Behaviors

Babamiri M, Heydari B, Mortezapour A, Tamadon TM

Background Nowadays, counter-productive work behaviors (CWBs) have turned into a common and costly position for many organizations and especially health centers. Therefore, the study was carried out to examine and compare...
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Influence of COVID-19-related Nursing Experience on Job Stress of Nurses

Kim YH, Joo HS, Lee JE, Lee MS

Purpose: This study aimed to compare and analyze the job stress of nurses with and without in COVID-19-related work. Methods: A structured self-reported questionnaire survey was conducted to assess job...
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The Moderating Effect of Communication Competence in the Relationship between Emotional Labor and Job Stress in Nurses

Kim HJ, Cho 2 MJ

Background: This study aimed to investigate the extent to which communication competence, emotional labor and job stress among a group of Korean nurses working in the hospital. Also, the moderating...
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Middle-aged Female Workers’ Predictors of Psychological Well-Being Based on the Relationship between Positive Psychological Capital, Job Stress, and Job Satisfaction

Kim JS

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the predictors of psychological well-being in middle-aged female workers by examining the relationship between positive psychological capital, job stress, and job satisfaction. Methods: Data...
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Influence of Emotional Intelligence, Job Stress, and Social Support on Resilience among Hospital Nurses

Kim KH, Kim KM

Purpose: The aim of this study was to identify the influence of emotional intelligence, job stress, and social support on resilience of hospital nurses. The study will provide the basic...
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Factors Job Commitment of Preceptor Nurse

Lee SY, Han KS

Purpose: This study was investigated the effects of job stress, communication type, and coaching competency on job commitment. Methods: The subjects of this study were 153 preceptor nurses at a general...
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The Influences of Professional Self-Concept, Job Stress, and Coworker Support on Burnout in Oncology Unit Nurses

Kim SJ, Jung KI

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors of professional self-concept, job stress, and coworker support that influence burnout in oncology unit nurses. The study aims to...
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Effectiveness of a Training Program Based on Stress Management on NEDSA Staff and Line Staff

Azad E, Hassanvand B, Eskandari M

Background The purpose of present study was to determine the effectiveness of training program based on job stress management in NEDSA and line staff. Methods The study method of this study was quantitative...
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Associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses in postgraduate courses

Kim Te, Ahn JA

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses taking postgraduate courses, and to explore the factors influencing their nursing professionalism....
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Job Stress among School Nutrition Teachers and Dietitians in Seoul during the Early Stage of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Effects on Self-Efficacy, Job Satisfaction, and Job Involvement

Kim TE, Lee KE, Park EH, Ham S

This study was undertaken to assess levels of job stress, self-efficacy, job satisfaction, and job involvement as perceived by school dietitians/nutrition teachers during the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Occupational Status and Job Stress of Visiting Nurses for Public Health Services in Some Areas of the Capital During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kim HG, Lee RS, Her GH

Purpose: This study investigated the occupational status and job stress of visiting nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: Participants were 151 visiting nurses working in the public health services in...
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Influence of Professional Self-concept, Ego-resilience, and Job Stress on Job Performance of Nurses who are Reemployed after Career Interruption

Kim YE, Lee Y

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the influence of professional self-concept, ego-resilience, and job stress on job performance in reemployed nurses after career interruption. Methods: The participants were 207...
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A Grounded Theory Approach on Correctional Officers’ Adaptation Process of Job Stress

Jung HO, Kim HS

Purpose: The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore the adaptation process of correctional officers’ job stress. Methods: Participants collected were fourteen officers who had experienced the adaptation process of...
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Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction among Forensic Psychiatric Nurses

Lee EY, Gang M

Purpose: The aim of the study was to identify the influencing factors for job satisfaction among forensic psychiatric nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study design was used. Participants were 90 forensic...
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Effect of the Professional Quality of Life on Verbal Abuse Experience among Emergency Nurses: Mediating Effect of Job Stress

Lee KJ, Kim HY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between verbal abuse, professional quality of life, and job stress among emergency nurses and to identify the mediating effect...
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Effects of Job Stress, Physical Activity, Subjective Happiness on Wellness among Bus Drivers

Lee Sy, Seo YJ, Chae Yj, Ha Ym

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the factors that influence the wellness of bus drivers by examining the relationships between job stress, physical activity, subjective happiness, and wellness. Methods: Self-report...
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Emotional Changes and Protective Factors of Emotional Workers in the Public and Private Sector

Lee J, Han C, Ko YH, Kang J, Byun Y, Son Y, Yoon HK

Objective Emotional labor is known to be a risk factor for emotional distress. This study aimed to evaluate specific stressors according to the type of occupation and identify protective and...
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Effects of Leader-Member Exchange of Nurses who Return to Work after Parental Leave on Conflict between Work and Family: Focus on the Mediating Effects of Job Stress

Yoon JH, Park JH

Purpose: This study was done to analyze effects of leader-member exchange as perceived by nurses who returned to work after parental leave: conflict between work and family via job stress....
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Effects of Nursing Professionalism and Job Stress on the Problem Solving Ability of Community Health Practitioners

Song MS, Yang NY, Kim JH

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the influences of nursing professionalism and job stress on problem solving ability of community health practitioners. Methods: The participants were 167...
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