Analysis of Turnover Intention and Influencing Factors of Nurses in the Operating Room
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Feng Zhao,, Cong Ye, Leilei Tian, Xueying Zhou
Objective: To analyze the turnover intention and influencing factors of nurses in operating room. Methods: From January 2018 to December 2018, 65 on-the-job nurses in the operating room of our hospital were selected as the research objects, and their general situation, turnover intention scale and Psychological Resilience Scale were investigated. Through investigation, single factor analysis was carried out on the turnover intention of operating room nurses, and the correlation between turnover intention and psychological resilience was analyzed. The influencing factors of turnover intention of operating room nurses were analyzed by multifactor logistic stepwise regression analysis. Result: (1) Univariate analysis of turnover intention of operating room nurses showed that there were significant differences in turnover intention scale scores of operating room nurses in different age, working years, monthly income, satisfaction with shift scheduling and hospital attention groups (all P ＜ 0.05). (2) The total score of each dimension of psychological resilience was negatively correlated with turnover intention (all P ＜ 0.05). (3) Through multivariate logistic stepwise regression analysis, age, length of service, monthly income, satisfaction with shift scheduling and hospital attention were independent influencing factors of turnover intention of operating room nurses (all P＜0.05). Conclusion: Operating room nurses have a high turnover tendency. Hospital nursing managers pay enough attention to it, and take appropriate management measures to improve the psychological resilience of nurses, reduce turnover behavior, and ensure the stability of the operating room nurses team.
Operating room; Nurse; Turnover intention; Influencing factors