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Mentoring New Graduate Nurse Practitioners.

There is a critical shortage of neonatal nurse practitioners (NNPs) in the United States. The NNP shortage increases workload and negatively affects job satisfaction, which ultimately impacts patient safety. Therefore, it is imperative to identify strategies to improve job satisfaction and retention. Authors of current evidence supported the connection between mentoring and role transition, job satisfaction, and intent to stay. Mentorship is key to the success of new graduate nurse practitioners as they dev...


Effects of Trait Anger and Anger Expression on Job Satisfaction and Burnout in Preceptor Nurses and Newly Graduated Nurses: A Dyadic Analysis.

The preceptor-newly graduated nurse relationship is integral to the successful experience of clinical teaching and learning and new nurses' transition. However, interpersonal conflicts between them are common. Little is known whether their anger contributes to their level of job satisfaction and burnout. This study aimed to examine the effects of each nurse's anger on job satisfaction and burnout in preceptor-newly graduated nurse dyads.

From staff nurse to nurse consultant: Survival Guide part 4: Surviving as a senior clinical nurse.

, Educational Consultant, explores how to survive your nursing career.


Physician assistant burnout, job satisfaction, and career flexibility in Minnesota.

This study explores associations between job satisfaction, career flexibility, and burnout among physician assistants (PAs) in Minnesota.

Career Satisfaction of Military Medical Officers.

Having a mentor is associated with higher job satisfaction among U.S. physicians. The objective of this study was to assess satisfaction among military medical officers and to assess if mentorship and job satisfaction are associated with intention to continue military service.

"If somebody just showed me once how to do it": How are workplace cultures and practice development conceptualised and operationalised for early career nurses?

An imminent nursing shortage mandates attention to retention of early career nurses. One factor that impacts on intention to stay in the profession is the ability to do the work. Early career nurses rely on supportive cultures to develop the practical skills and knowledge specific to particular workplaces.

Unexpected Influences-A Maternity Nursing Career and the Next Generation.

A nurse reflects on what her daughters have picked up from her career in maternity nursing, education, and research.

Gender equality in global health leadership: Cross-sectional survey of global health graduates.

Women comprise two-thirds of the global-health (GH) workforce but are underrepresented in leadership. GH departments are platforms to advance gender equality in GH leadership. Using a survey of graduates from one GH department, we compared women's and men's post-training career agency and GH employment and assessed whether gender gaps in training accounted for gender gaps in career outcomes. Master-of-Public-Health (MPH) and mid-career-fellow alumni since 2010 received a 31-question online survey. Forty-fou...

Taking the leap from clinical practice to academic faculty: A beginner's guide.

Exploring new roles and responsibilities available to clinicians offers a path to renovate a nurse practitioner's career. The role of academician and nurse faculty broadens career horizons, presents a sense of autonomy, and offers unique opportunities to teach, participate in research, build leadership skills, and contribute to the health care delivery system at a higher level. Advance practice nurses often consider a shift to academia but are concerned about the unfamiliarity of the entire process. This ar...

From staff nurse to nurse consultant: Survival Guide part 5: Surviving holistically.

, Educational Consultant, explores how to survive your nursing career.

From staff nurse to nurse consultant: Survival Guide part 2: Surviving as a student.

, Educational Consultant, explores how to survive your nursing career.

Authentic Leadership, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment: The Moderating Effect of Nurse Tenure.

To examine the associations between unit managers' authentic leadership with job satisfaction and organizational commitment and to investigate whether nurse tenure has a moderating effect on these associations.

High efficacy and patient satisfaction with a nurse-led colorectal cancer surveillance programme with 10-year follow-up.

Surveillance after colorectal cancer resection remains contentious, and faces several contemporary issues. Patient-centred care, intensive surveillance programmes and patient complexity increase the burden of surveillance on consultant-led clinics. Recent years have seen reshaping of nursing roles to meet healthcare demand. Nurse-led follow-up after colorectal cancer has been piloted, but not validated. We report outcomes from a nurse-led colorectal cancer surveillance clinic functioning in our institution ...

Managing Career Advancement Via Driver Diagrams.

An Exploratory Survey of Career Choice, Training, and Practice Trends in Early Career Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and Fellows.

A pilot survey was created to sample early career child and adolescent psychiatrists (CAPs) and fellows to identify factors contributing to recruitment, satisfaction, and general practice trends.

The Experience of Being a Millennial Nurse Manager.

The aim of this study was to explore the experience of being a Millennial nurse manager with a goal to better understand the influence of organizational factors on role expectations, satisfaction, support, development, and intent to stay.

Women's Night in Emergency Medicine Mentorship Program: A SWOT Analysis.

Women in emergency medicine (EM) at all career stages report gender-specific obstacles to satisfaction and advancement. Programs that facilitate longitudinal mentoring, professional development, and networking may ameliorate these barriers.

The relationship of personal competencies, social adaptation, and job adaptation on job satisfaction.

Personal competencies are associated with successful job performance. Job satisfaction is directly related to nursing turnover, and is a critical indicator of their performance and quality of patient care. However, little is known about the relationship between personal competencies, social adaptation, and job adaptation on job satisfaction for nurses.

Evaluating clinical placements in Saudi Arabia with the CLES+T scale.

The clinical learning environment and supervision (CLES) tool has been enhanced with an additional sub-scale for measuring the quality of nurse teacher's involvement to form the CLES + T scale. It has been widely used in many countries to evaluate clinical placements. Here we report data from Saudi Arabia. The CLES + T was employed to measure satisfaction among student nurses concerning their clinical learning environment. Linear regression was used to determine relationships of various variables to the...

The Career Stories of LGB-Q in Turkey.

The purpose of this study is to delineate the career stories of LGB-Q in Turkey. The research questions looked at here are as follows: (1) What are their childhood career aspirations? (2) What are the important features that they care about at workplace? (3) How does their gender orientation impact their career development? (4) What kind of social support resources do they have according to which stages are they at the coming out process? (5) What are their future career aspirations? (6) What are their care...

Keeping the Nurse in the Nurse Practitioner: Returning to Our Disciplinary Roots of Knowing in Nursing.

Nurse practitioners are a vital and growing body of primary healthcare providers. The ever-changing advancements in science and technology and the increasing complexities in health care delivery are significant factors culminating in the expanding role of nurse practitioner-led care. Nurse educators are striving to develop nurse practitioner curricula to keep pace with the increasingly sophisticated knowledge and competencies nurse practitioners must possess to render safe quality care as independent primar...

A Career in Nursing: Calling or Choice?

Is nursing a choice, a vocation, a calling? What is the significance of these terms? Caring remains the underlying foundation of nursing practice that can transform the choice of nursing as a career into a higher calling. Nurses often find life satisfaction in fulfilling God's call to care.

Job Satisfaction of U.A.E. Dental Practitioners.

 The study aims to analyze job satisfaction among registered clinical dentists in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and also to explore satisfaction with different work environmental factors and relate them to overall job satisfaction.

Nurse manager job satisfaction and retention: A home healthcare perspective.

Grit (effortful persistence) can be measured with a short scale, shows little variation across socio-demographic subgroups, and is associated with career success and career engagement.

Grit (effortful persistence) has received considerable attention as a personality trait relevant for success and performance. However, critics have questioned grit's construct validity and criterion validity. Here we report on two studies that contribute to the debate surrounding the grit construct. Study 1 (N = 6,230) examined the psychometric properties of a five-item grit scale, covering mainly the perseverance facet, in a large and representative sample of German adults. Moreover, it investigated the di...


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