Source avec lien : Journal of Nursing Management, (Prépublication), 7/29/2020. 10.1111/jonm.13111
Contexte Peu d’études ont examiné les fonctions de la personnalité et des comportements positifs des infirmières pour répondre à leur intention de rotation. Objectifs Explorer les effets des « trois bonnes choses » (3GT) basées sur WeChat sur l’intention de renouvellement du personnel infirmier et les styles d’adaptation au burnout.
Background Few studies have considered functions of nurses’ positive personality and behaviours on addressing their turnover intention. Aims To explore the effects of WeChat-based “three good things” (3GT) on burnout nurses’ turnover intention and coping styles. Methods A randomised controlled trial. 73 nurses were included in the intervention group (n = 33) and the control group (n = 40). The intervention group received WeChat-based 3GT. Turnover intention and coping style were measured before and after the intervention. Results WeChat-based 3GT effectively reduced turnover intention and negative coping style (each p < 0.05). Positive coping style was promoted after the intervention ( p < 0.05). Time effects as well as intervention and time interactions were significant in turnover intention and negative coping style (each p < 0.05). Conclusion Benefits of WeChat-based 3GT on turnover intention and coping style in burnout nurses were found. Nurses experienced lower levels of turnover intention and negative coping style and increased the usage of positive coping style after the intervention. Implications for nursing management Nurse Managers should incorporate 3GT intervention with popular social communication programs to improve nurses’ coping strategies toward clinical issues and maintain the stability of nursing teams. Consultez la page de l’article