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Problematic factorial validity of three language versions of the Basic Psychological Needs Scale (BPNS): why and what are the implications?
Self-determination theory is a macrotheory of human motivation that describes fundamental matters such as personality development, goals and aspirations, and self-regulation. Basic psychological needs theory, a subtheory ...
Relationship of nurses’ intrapersonal characteristics with work performance and caring behaviors: a cross‐sectional study
This study aimed to describe intrapersonal characteristics (professional values, personality, empathy, and job involvement), work performance as perceived by nurses, and caring behaviors as perceived by patients, and to ...
Non-nursing tasks, nursing tasks left undone and job satisfaction among professional nurses in South African hospitals
Aim:To investigate the relationship between non-nursing tasks (NNTs), nursing tasks left undone (NTLU) and job satisfaction among professional nurses (PNs) in South Africa (SA). Background: This study adds to the international ...
A tale of two systems-Nurses practice environment, well being, perceived quality of care and patient safety in private and public hospitals in South Africa: a questionnaire survey
Objective: To examine the practice environment, nurse reported quality of care and patient safety, and nurse workforce outcomes in medical and surgical units in private and public hospitals in South Africa (SA), and determine ...
Influence of the practice environment on community service nurses’ subjective well-being, compassion practice and psychological capital
Background The practice environment as experienced by community service nurses (CSNs) has not been explored in the South African context, and few studies have explored the influence of the practice environment on intrapersonal ...