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Correlation among Nurses' Dementia Care, Abilities to Tackle Their Jobs, and Intention to Continue Working in Hospitals for Community-based Care Kanako Ogiso 1 , Kohji Itoh 2 1Gifu University Nursing Course, School of Medicine 2Meijo University Graduate School of Environmental and Human Science Keyword: 地域包括ケア病棟 , 認知症ケア , ワーク・エンゲイジメント , 職務継続意向 , hospital for community-based care , dementia care , work engagement , intention to continue working pp.214-223
Published Date 2020/12/31
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 Objective: This study aimed to clarify the relationship among dementia care, abilities to tackle their jobs, and intention to continue working in hospitals for community-based care.

 Method: A questionnaire survey was administered to nurses at hospitals for community-based care, and 570 valid responses were obtained. These 570 nurses were divided into two groups: those with and without an intention to continue working in hospitals for community-based care. The former group consisted of 250 nurses, and the latter, 320 nurses.

 Results: The two groups differed in social support and work engagement. The path diagram of the model indicated that was environment in which nurses communicated with, learned from, and supported one another; this relation enabled nurses to tackle their jobs in dementia care. Consequently, nurses had an intention to continue working in hospitals for community-based care. Then, we verified fidelity of the nursing model. The goodness of fit index (GFI) was .904, the adjusted goodness of fit index (AGFI) was .882, the comparative fit index was .922, the root mean square error of approximation was .058, and GFI ≥ AGFI. Therefore, the criteria for adopting the model were satisfied.

 Conclusion: The dementia care at hospitals for community-based care increased nurses' satisfaction with and positive thinking about their jobs, resulting in their intention to continue working in hospitals for community-based care.


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