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護理人員的激勵與工作滿意度之相關性研究

A Study of Correlation between Motivation and Job Satisfaction among Nurses in a Hospital

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The purpose of this descriptive correlation study was to examine the relationship between motivation and job satisfaction among hospital nurses. Nurses who worked at a regional teaching hospital in Taipei for at least 6 month prior to the study were recruited based on a stratified sampling method. A total number of 330 nurses participated in this study and 290 completed questionnaires were analyzed (response rate: 87.9%). Nurses were asked to complete two self-reported questionnaires, the motivation scale and the job satisfaction questionnaire. The average score of motivation was 3.29 on a 1 to 5 scale. Intrinsic motivation score was found to be higher than extrinsic motivation score. The lowest average score among all motivation domains was financial motivation. The average score of job satisfaction was 3.18. Nurses were most satisfied with co-workers and least satisfied with promotion prospects and personal growth. Motivation was found to be positively associated with job satisfaction level (r=.62, p<.001). About 43% of the variation of job satisfaction could be explained by the motivation (p<.001). The most significant predictor for job satisfaction was the extrinsic motivation. It is recommended that hospital administrators should focus on motivation and improve methods of motivation to increase nurses' job satisfaction.

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The purpose of this descriptive correlation study was to examine the relationship between motivation and job satisfaction among hospital nurses. Nurses who worked at a regional teaching hospital in Taipei for at least 6 month prior to the study were recruited based on a stratified sampling method. A total number of 330 nurses participated in this study and 290 completed questionnaires were analyzed (response rate: 87.9%). Nurses were asked to complete two self-reported questionnaires, the motivation scale and the job satisfaction questionnaire. The average score of motivation was 3.29 on a 1 to 5 scale. Intrinsic motivation score was found to be higher than extrinsic motivation score. The lowest average score among all motivation domains was financial motivation. The average score of job satisfaction was 3.18. Nurses were most satisfied with co-workers and least satisfied with promotion prospects and personal growth. Motivation was found to be positively associated with job satisfaction level (r=.62, p<.001). About 43% of the variation of job satisfaction could be explained by the motivation (p<.001). The most significant predictor for job satisfaction was the extrinsic motivation. It is recommended that hospital administrators should focus on motivation and improve methods of motivation to increase nurses' job satisfaction.

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nurse motivation job satisfaction

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蔡素慧、吳宗晉(2021)。門診護理人員工作滿意度、角色認同與離職傾向之探討醫務管理期刊22(4),298-313。https://doi.org/10.6174/JHM.202112_22(4).298
李冠樺(2016)。醫院員工工作壓力、憂鬱對工作滿足之影響〔碩士論文,中山醫學大學〕。華藝線上圖書館。https://www.airitilibrary.com/Article/Detail?DocID=U0003-2207201600431600

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