NURS236ANursingShortCohen

NURS236ANursingShortCohen - NURS 236A Nursing Shortage...

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Unformatted text preview: NURS 236A Nursing Shortage Interview Dr. Jayne Cohen, Director, School of Nursing, SJSU Phyllis M. Connolly, Ph.D., APRN, BC, CS Interviewer Retention & Shortage RN Turnover in US approx. 21.3% in 2000 Loss compromises patient care Increases cost of health care Minimum cost to replace 1 RN nurse $45,000 Job dissatisfaction predictor of intent to leave As School of Nursing we can educate a limited number of RNs HCOs need to retain new hires Factors Influence Retention Job satisfaction Supervisor Support Work Environment Personal Factors Methodology Longitudinal, descriptive at 3 sites Initial survey Insel & Moos Work Environment Scale (WES) Form R Dimensions: Relationship, Personal Growth or Goal Orientation, & System Maintenance & Change Demographic tool Data collected Q 6 months for 2 years First Setting & Sample Acute care RN staff nurses on all 3 shifts large government hospital in Northern California Clinical levels 1 III and...
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