Characteristics of Nurse Manager’s Recognition Behavior and its Relation to Sense of Coherence of Registered Nurses
Background: The recognition behavior firmly impacts the job and an enormously essential factor for the restraint of burnout and the advancement of maintenance. Moreover, among inner factors that may influence workers’ emotional well-being, sense of coherence (SOC) is an essential impression from the perspective of the salutogenic hypothesis and stress recognition style.
Objectives: To determine the Characteristics of the Nurse Manager's Recognition Behavior and its Relation to Sense of Coherence of Registered Nurses.
Methodology: The study design is quantitative cross-sectional study The questioner of Characteristics of Nurse Manager’s Recognition Behavior and its Relation to Sense of Coherence of Registered Nurses was adopted from the article of Miyata, Chiharu (Miyata et al., 2014). This is based on 7-point Likert scale. The data was collected from 211 nurses of Jinnah Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan.
Conclusion: This examination uncovered that recognition behavior of nurse managers were successful in enhancing the SOC of registered nurses. Hence, recognition behavior of managers is a practical advance towards enhancing nurses' capacity to adapt to pressure and, thusly, encourage self-acknowledgment. The capacity to adapt to pressure can be helped by managers who can utilize proper acknowledgment conduct, as requested for by registered nurses. This objective can be proficient by considering singular staff individuals, profession advancement as a pro and checking on nurse manager's responsibilities.
Int. J. Soc. Sc. Manage. Vol. 5, Issue-3: 146-154
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