Nurse respondents agree that extrinsic factors

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nurse-respondents “Agree” that extrinsic factors motivate them as psychiatric nurses in mental health institution. Most of the psychiatric nurses are motivated because they feel secure of the policies and rules of the mental health institution. This shows that trusting the policies and rules of the work environment enable the psychiatric nurse to perform their designated jobs freely. The safety of nurses from workplace-induced injuries and illnesses is important to nurses themselves as well as to the patients they serve. The presence of healthy and well-rested nurses is critical to providing vigilant monitoring, empathic patient care, and vigorous advocacy (Trinkoff et al, 2008). Table 16 55
Differences in the Motivation of Psychiatric Nurses in terms of Intrinsic Factors when Grouped by Profile Independent Sample T-Test (Age) Intrinsic Factors t Value df P value (Sig.) Interpretation Analysis Work Itself/Responsibility -.813 19 .766 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Recognition -.722 19 .866 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Achievement/Personal Growth -.992 19 .451 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Family -.870 19 .697 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis An independent-samples t test was calculated comparing the mean score of participants in terms of their intrinsic factors and their age. There was no significant difference found in all the intrinsic factors and their age (Work itself/responsibility = t(19) : -.813, p > .05; Recognition = t(19) : -.722, p > .05; Achievement/Personal growth = t(19) : -.992, p > .05; Family = t(19) : -.870, p > .05). Independent Sample T-Test (Gender) Intrinsic Factors t Value df P value (Sig.) Interpretation Analysis Work Itself/Responsibility 1.551 19 .546 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Recognition 1.804 19 .399 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Achievement/Personal Growth 1.598 19 .416 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis Family 1.651 19 .283 There is No Significant Difference Accept the Null Hypothesis An independent-samples t test was calculated comparing the mean score of participants in terms of their intrinsic factors and their gender. There was no significant difference found in all 56
the intrinsic factors and their gender (Work itself/responsibility = t(19) : 1.551, p > .05; Recognition = t(19) : 1.804, p > .05; Achievement/Personal growth = t(19) : 1.598, p > .05; Family = t(19) : 1.651, p > .05). One way ANOVA (Civil Status) Intrinsic Factors F Value df P value (Sig.) Interpretation Analysis Work Itself/Responsibility 25.710 2 .000 There is a Significant Difference Reject the Null Hypothesis Recognition 8.998 2 .002 There is a Significant Difference Reject the Null Hypothesis Achievement/Personal Growth 10.280 2 .001 There is a Significant Difference Reject the Null Hypothesis Family 13.301 2 .000 There is a Significant Difference Reject the Null Hypothesis One way ANOVA was calculated comparing the mean score of participants in terms of their intrinsic factors and their civil status. There was significant difference found in all the intrinsic factors and their civil status (Work itself/responsibility = F(2) : 25.710, p < .05; Recognition =

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