This study from Finland examines nurses’ assessments of their resilience, job satisfaction, quality of care, and intentions to quit during the third wave of COVID-19.
A total of 437 Finnish RNs responded to an electronic survey.
The findings show that:
The findings indicate that high resilience among nurses was associated with better quality of care and job satisfaction, and better job satisfaction reduced intentions to quit, but there was no direct association between the level of resilience and intentions to quit, the authors say.
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