Nurses' Work Environments, Care Rationing, Job Outcomes, and Quality of Care on Neonatal Units
Rochefort, Christian M
Clarke, Sean P
Journal of advanced nursing 2010 Oct; 66(10): 2213-24
This paper is a report of a study of the relationship between work environment characteristics and neonatal intensive care unit nurses' perceptions of care rationing, job outcomes, and quality of care.
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