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|Job satisfaction and related factors of nurses in university hospitals: Focusing on collaborative competency factors
|Journal of Nursing Management
|Tomoko Majima, Takeshi Yamamoto, Ikuko Sakai, Sumie Ikezaki, Ikuyo Nagasaka
|This study aimed to clarify the association between nurses’ job satisfaction, interprofessional collaborative competency and other related factors in university hospitals in Japan. In 2014, self‐administered questionnaires were sent to all nurses working at two university hospitals in Japan. A multivariate analysis of variance was conducted to evaluate the relationship between job satisfaction as the response variable and interprofessional collaborative competency and other variables as the independent variables. Results: Data from 913 nurses were used in the present analysis (response rate: 60.4%). Two factors from the Chiba Interprofessional Competency Scale 29 (factor 1: attitudes and beliefs as a professional; factor 5: attitudes and behaviours that improve team cohesion) and opportunities for information exchange with other professionals outside the hospital had significant relationships with job satisfaction.