Job Satisfaction of Nursing Staff and Its Contributing Factors: An Integrative Literature Review
Job satisfaction is a feeling of well-being that arises from the combination of numerous occupational factors, and it can have an impact on a nurse's connection with his or her employer, clients, and family. As a result, it becomes important for the quality of nursing care to reflect on this topic in depth. This study aimed to explore contributing factors that influence job satisfaction andeffects of job satisfaction on nursing work .An integrative review was conducted. Electronic databases including: CINAHL, MEDLINE, Scopus and Web of Science, and reference lists of journal publications were searched for peer-reviewed literature published between 2015 and 2020 related to registered nurse job satisfaction and career intentions. Study quality was appraised, before thematic analysis was undertaken to synthesis the findings.
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