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High Job Demands and Low Job Control Increase Nurses' Professional Leaving Intentions: The Role of Care Setting and Profit Orientation

The complete article "High Job Demands and Low Job Control Increase Nurses' Professional Leaving Intentions: The Role of Care Setting and Profit Orientation" can be downloaded at the website of the Journal "Research in Nursing & Health" (2016) (charges may apply).

Bibliographic information

J. Wendsche, W. Hacker, J. Wegge, M. Rudolf:
High Job Demands and Low Job Control Increase Nurses' Professional Leaving Intentions: The Role of Care Setting and Profit Orientation. 
in: Research in Nursing & Health 2016. , DOI: 10.1002/nur.21729

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