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Matsumoto, Yoko Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Tottori University / Department of Nursing, Japanese Red Cross Hiroshima College of Nursing
Yoshioka, Shin-ichi Department of Nursing Care Environment and Mental Health, School of Health Science, Tottori University Faculty of Medicine Researchers DB KAKEN
Keywords
job satisfaction
negative feeling
psychiatric nurses
workplace support
Abstract
Background: We examined factors influencing psychiatric nurses’ job satisfaction levels focusing on their frequency of experiencing negative emotions toward patients and support at their workplaces.
Methods: An anonymous, self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted involving 1,097 psychiatric nurses working at 13 psychiatric hospitals in the Chugoku area to investigate their basic attributes, work-related factors, and scores from 3 scales: the Negative Feeling toward Patient Frequency scale, an original support-in-workplace scale, and the new Brief Job Stress Questionnaire (job stress and satisfaction). Correlations between basic attributes/work-related factors and scores from each scale, and the relationships among the study items were analyzed. Furthermore, logistic regression analysis was performed using the job satisfaction level.
Results: The subjects were the 577 psychiatric nurses who returned valid responses without missing data (response rate: 60.4%, valid responses: 87.0%). The subjects were the 577 psychiatric nurses who returned valid responses without missing data (response rate: 60.4%, valid responses: 87.0%). To clarify the level of influence on the job satisfaction level of each variable, logistic regression analysis was performed adopting the stepwise method for all of the items that were correlated with the job satisfaction level as a dependent variable. Support (from supervisors) at the workplace (OR: 1.069), job stress (OR: 0.751), Negative Feeling toward Patient Frequency-Total scale scores (OR: 0.980) were found to influence the job satisfaction level.
Conclusion: Support from supervisors may be indispensable, and working environments that reduce job stress and negative emotions toward patients may be required to increase the job satisfaction levels of psychiatric nurses. This survey suggested that the establishment and maintenance of favorable working environments and interpersonal relationships increase job satisfaction levels while reducing stress, thereby improving job retention among psychiatric nurses.
Publisher
Tottori University Medical Press
Content Type
Journal Article
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ISSN
05135710
NCID
AA00892882
Journal Title
Yonago Acta Medica
Current Journal Title
Yonago Acta Medica
Volume
62
Issue
4
Start Page
293
End Page
304
Original Article
Published Date
2019-11-22
Publisher-DOI
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Rights
注があるものを除き、この著作物は日本国著作権法により保護されています。 / This work is protected under Japanese Copyright Law unless otherwise noted.
Citation
Matsumoto Y, Yoshioka S-i. Factors Influencing Psychiatric Nurses’ Job Satisfaction Levels: Focusing on Their Frequency of Experiencing Negative Emotions Toward Patients and Support at Their Workplaces. Yonago Acta Medica. 2019;62:293-304.
Department
Faculty of Medicine/Graduate School of Medical Sciences/University Hospital
Language
English