|Document ID (ISN)||109575|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0962-7480 - Occupational Medicine
|Convention or series no.
||Estryn-Behar M., van der Heijden B., Camerino D., Fry C., Le Nezet O., Conway P.M., Hasselhorn H.M.
||Violence risks in nursing - Results from the European "NEXT" study
||Mar. 2008, Vol.58, No.2, p.107-114. 26 ref.
||http://occmed.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/58/2/107 [in English]
||Recent research suggests that violence in health care is increasing and that it strongly influences the recruitment and retention of nurses as well as sick leave and burnout levels. The objective of this study was to identify the prevalence of violence in nursing and to provide a basis for appropriate interventions. A total of 39,894 nurses from 10 European countries responded to a questionnaire at baseline and one year later. Multiple logistic regression analyses were used to assess the association between frequency of violence, factors related to teamwork and various work-related factors and outcomes, such as burnout, intention to leave nursing and intention to change institution. Findings are discussed. This study supports efforts aimed at improving teamwork-related factors as they are associated with a decrease in violence against nurses.
||mental health; nursing personnel; violence; risk factors; stress factors
||human relations; comparative study; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Belgium; United Kingdom; Germany; Finland; France; Italy; change of employment; questionnaire survey; statistical evaluation; frequency rates; Slovak Republic
||D - Periodical articles
|Country / State or Province||Germany; France; Italy; Netherlands|
||Commerce, services, offices
|Broad subject area(s)
||Stress, psychosocial factors
||Health care services
Violence and terrorism
Mental stress and burnout