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Staff Nurse Work Settings: Factors That May Influence Nurse Retention Selected Bibliography P. M. Connolly. D. L. Stuenkel, J. Cohen, B. Gorenberg, & C. Saylor San Jose State University http://www.sjsu.edu/depts/casa/nursing Aiken, L. H., Clarke, S. P., Sloane, D. M., Sochalski, J., & Silber, J. H. (2002). Hospital nurse staffing and patient mortality, nurse burnout, and job dissatisfaction. Journal of the American Medical Association, 288, 1987-1993. Boyle, D. K., Bott, M. J., Hansen, H. E., Woods, C. Q., & Taunton, R. L. (1999).Managers’ leadership and critical care nurses’ intent to stay. American Journal of Critical Care , 8, 361-371. Bruffey, N.G. (1997).Job satisfaction and work excitement: Organizational considerations. Seminars for Nurse Managers. 5, 202-208. Buerhauus, P. I., Staiger, D. O., & Auervack, D. I. (2000). Implications of an aging registered nurse workforce . Journal of the American Medical Association , 283, 2948-2954. Coffman, J.,& Spetz, J.(1999). Maintaining an adequate supply of RNs in California. Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 31,389-393.
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