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Job satisfaction among critical care nurses: A systematic review.

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Summary of "Job satisfaction among critical care nurses: A systematic review."

Nursing shortages, particularly in critical care units, are a major concern worldwide. Job satisfaction is a key factor associated with the high turnover of critical care nurses.

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Name: International journal of nursing studies
ISSN: 1873-491X
Pages: 123-134

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