Investigation of factors affecting personal development and well-being of hospital nurses in Japan
Miwako Hoshi, PhD, School of Nursing
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This study examined factors affecting well-being of hospital nurses in Japan. Novice nurses were vulnerable, and we have to promote their personal development and well-being as a nurse. Specifically, this study investigated the relationships among self-transcendence, personal factors, and well-being in Japanese hospital nurses.
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