Nurses' organizational trust and intention to continue working at hospitals in Turkey
Gulden Basit, BSN and Sergul Duygulu -- Faculty of Nursing, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey
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Nurses had a higher than average level of trust in their managers and coworkers and they trusted more in their coworkers and managers than in their institutions. Additionally, it should be concluded that nurse managers had a favorable effect on the nurses' intention to stay in hospital.
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