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Nurse retention

Giving nurses a voice through ‘listening to staff’ conversations to inform nurse retention and reduce turnover

Although nurse retention is a pressing issue, there is a lack of empirical UK research evaluating the impact of staff engagement and retention initiatives on retaining nurses. Literature reviews have...

Co-worker relationships and their impact on nurses in Irish public healthcare settings

The aim of this study was to examine and describe co-worker relationships among nurses working in public healthcare settings in Ireland..

Factors influencing retention among hospital nurses: systematic review

The Preferred Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis (PRISMA) checklist and flow diagram were used to design and report the review process (Moher et al, 2015) (Figure 1)..

Do preceptorship and clinical supervision programmes support the retention of nurses?

This literature review aimed to address the following question. ‘Do preceptorship and clinical supervision programmes support nurse retention in hospital settings?’ A PICo (Population, Interest,...

Changing preceptorship to achieve better quality training and less attrition in newly qualified nurses

Nursing workforce retention has become a key issue for the health service and has been compounded by external factors such as Brexit and the scrapping of bursaries for nursing students (Buchan, 2019)....

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