Nursing Empowerment, Workplace Environment, and Job Satisfaction in Nurses Employed in an Academic Health Science Center

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Abstract

Objective: The aim of this study was to test predictors of nursing empowerment and job satisfaction in nurses. Background: Nursing professional development leaders and Magnet® coordinators need foundational data on which to build interventions that will support and empower nurses on the journey toward American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet® designation. Method: Secondary data analysis methods were used. Results: Overall, nurses perceived that they had moderate empowerment and were satisfied with their jobs. Conclusions: Study results support predicted relationships and can be used to guide interventions for, and development of, nurses.

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