DOI: 10.32920/ryerson.14655096
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Abstract: Nursing turnover is a growing concern yet little is known about the turnover intentions of new graduate nurses (NGNs) employed in float pools. The purpose of this study was to describe the relationship between job satisfaction, work environment and psychological capital and turnover intentions among NGNs employed in float pools in acute care hospitals. A descriptive crosssectional, correlational non-experimental design was utilized with a sample of 56 NGNs employed in the float pool at two quaternary Canadian … Show more

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