Estimating and preventing hospital internal turnover of newly licensed nurses: A panel survey http://www.journalofnursingstudies.com/article/S0020-7489(16)30041-4/abstract Kovner, Christine T. et al. International Journal of Nursing Studies , Volume 60 , 251 – 262
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Determinants of job satisfaction for novice nurse managers employed in hospitals. Djukic, M., Jun, J., Kovner, C., Brewer, C., Fletcher, J., (2016). Health Care Management Review. doi: 10.1097/HMR.0000000000000102 Read the Article
Educational Gaps and Solutions for Early-Career Nurse Managers’ Education and Participation in Quality Improvement
Examining early-career frontline nurse managers’ educational preparedness and participation in quality improvement (QI), this study provides relevant QI statistics and useful solutions for nurse executives. Djukic, D., Kovner, C., Brewer, C., Fatehi, F., Jun, J. (2015). Journal of Nursing Administration, 45(4), 206-11. Read the Article
We surveyed 2 cohorts of early-career registered nurses from 15 states in the US, 2 years apart, to compare their reported participation in hospital quality improvement (QI) activities. Djukic, M., Kovner, C., Brewer, C., Fatehi, F., & Bernstein, I. (2013). Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28(3), 198-207. doi: 10.1097/NCQ.0b013e31827c6c58.
Dr. Brewer and Dr. Kovner at the Forum for Nursing Workforce Centers Meeting 2015 in Denver. Drs. Brewer and Kovner, the investigators of The RN Work Project have been funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to study new graduate nurses over the past 10 years.
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Exploring direct and indirect influences of physical work environment on job satisfaction for Early-Career Registered Nurses Employed in Hospitals.
This study explored explored direct and indirect influences of physical work environment on job satisfaction in a nationally representative sample of 1,141 early-career registered nurses. In the fully specified model, physical work environment had a non-significant direct effect on job satisfaction. The path analysis used to test multiple indirect effects showed that physical work environment […]
Based on the data collected in 2011 from 1,407 nurses who were a nationally representative sample of nurses who were licensed for the first time in 2004 and 2005, this study reported the verbal abuse that early career nurses experienced from other nurses. 2014 Kovner, C.T. Budin, W., & Brewer, C.S. Nursing in the 21st […]
Registered nurse (RN) turnover is an important measure widely used in health-care workforce analyses. While at the same time there is a lack of consistency in the definition of turnover. These inconsistent definitions would finally result in various turnover rates. In this article we try to answer what does nurse turnover rate mean and what […]