Interventions for nurses’ well-being at work: a quantitative systematic review.

Authors: Romppanen J. & Häggman-Laitila A. (2017)

Source: Journal of Advanced Nursing 73(7), 1555–1569. doi: 10.1111/jan.13210

Background

Previous reviews describe health care professionals’ well-being at work from the perspective of burnout. Research on the interventions for and their effectiveness on nurses’ well-being at work is sporadic.

Aim

To gather, assess and synthesize current research knowledge on the interventions aiming to improve nurses’ well-being at work.

 

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