Examining the relationships between Canadian public health nurses' job satisfaction and their autonomy, control-over-practice, and workload

Karen Graham
Objective: To examine relationships between three modifiable work factors (autonomy, control-over-practice, workload) and Canadian public health nurses' job satisfaction. Design: Secondary analysis of a cross-sectional survey. Setting: All Canadian provinces and territories. Participants: Canadian registered nurses working in public health (n =271). Methods: Analysis of select data from the 2 005 National Survey of the Work and Health of Nurses (NSWHN). Bivariate analyses were used to examine demographic data, multivariate logistic regression analyses to examine...
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