Nurse Retention

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Nurse Retention by Mind Map: Nurse Retention

1. Level of Evidence

1.1. Multiple studies had level 6.

1.1.1. gathers data on human behavior to understand why and how decisions are made.

2. Researcher design or studies were performed by survey.

2.1. The studies were optional and usually done online by nurses. This allowed them to answer questions however thy saw fit.

3. Results

3.1. Pay

3.2. Co-workers

3.3. Level of Education

3.4. Sex

3.5. Age

3.6. How long in nursing

3.7. Felt like they were needed/Progression/leadership role

4. Limitations

4.1. The study needed to be performed on a larger.

5. Data Analysis

5.1. SPSS was most common

6. Reasons nurses wanted to leave

6.1. Family Life

6.2. Pay

6.3. Passion

6.4. Education

6.5. Wanted to work in a different area of hospital

7. Why study was performed

7.1. To find out the predictors of nurses’ intent to stay at their job.

8. Design

8.1. Quantitative

9. Gaps

10. References

10.1. Armstrong-Stassen, M., Cameron, S., Rajacich, D., & Freeman, M. (2014). Do Nurse Managers Understand How To Retain Seasoned Nurses? Perceptions Of Nurse Managers and Direct-Care Nurses Of Valued Human Resource Practices. Nursing Economic$, 32(4), 211–218. Retrieved from Login - Library Digital Resources - Upper Iowa University

10.2. Hairr, D. C., Salisbury, H., Johannsson, M., & Redfern-Vance, N. (2014). Nurse Staffing and the Relationship to Job Satisfaction And Retention. Nursing Economic$, 32(3), 142–147. Retrieved from Login - Library Digital Resources - Upper Iowa University

10.3. Mills, J., Chamberlain-Salaun, J., Harrison, H., Yates, K., & O’Shea, A. (2016). Retaining early career registered nurses: a case study. BMC Nursing, 15, 1–6. https://doi-org.uiulibrary.idm.oclc.org/10.1186/s12912-016-0177-z

10.4. Ya-Ting Ke. (2017). Predictors of Nurses’ Intent To Continue Working at Their Current Hospital. Nursing Economic$, 35(5), 259–266. Retrieved from Login - Library Digital Resources - Upper Iowa University

10.5. Carlson, J. S. (2015). Factors Influencing Retention Among Part-Time Clinical Nursing Faculty. Nursing Education Perspectives (National League for Nursing), 36(1), 42–45. https://doi-org.uiulibrary.idm.oclc.org/10.5480/13-1231

10.6. Helbing, E. (2017). An Investigation of Job Satisfaction among Nurses in the Emergency Department. ABNF Journal, 28(4), 103–108. Retrieved from Login - Library Digital Resources - Upper Iowa University