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KMID : 0614820170230020191
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2017 Volume.23 No. 2 p.191 ~ p.200
Influence of Nurse Manager and Peer Group Caring Behaviors as Perceived by Nurses on Retention Intention
Kong Moon-Yeon

Kim Jeong-Hee
Abstract
Purpose: This study was conducted to identify the influence of nurse manager and peer group caring behaviors as perceived by nurses on intention to retention.

Methods: The participants for this study were 229 nurses who had worked for over 6 months in general hospitals located in J province. Survey data were analyzed descriptive statistics and t-tests, ANOVAs with Scheffe’s post-hoc testing, Pearson's correlation coefficients, and hierarchical regression analysis.

Results: The scores for 'manager and peer group caring behaviors' and intention to retention were all at a moderate level, although the subjects perceived 'peer group caring behaviors' as higher compared to 'manager caring behaviors'. There were significant differences in ‘manager caring behaviors' scores by suitability for present working department and employment status and in 'peer group caring behaviors' scores by suitability for present working department. The factors influencing nurses’ intention to retention were religion, suitability for present department, clinical experience of over ten years, 'manager caring behaviors', and 'peer group caring behaviors'

Conclusion: To improve nurses’ intention to retention, it may be necessary to alter the transfer and arrangement strategies of their working environments to better consider nurses’ aptitude and competence, and thereby increase both manager and peer group caring behaviors.
KEYWORD
Caring, Peer group, Retention, Intention, Nurses
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