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Exploring the Factors Influencing Saudi Nurses' Intentions to Leave Critical Care Units in Government Hospitals at Qassim Region
Authors: Hind Jaman Mohamad Aljumah(1*), Dr. Maram Ahmed Banakhar(2)
The health system is based on major pillars that it cannot continue without, the most important of which are doctors and qualified nursing staff. The departure of nursing staff is one of the dilemmas that threaten the health system. Another place, especially leaving work in intensive care. The current scoping review aims to identify relevant evidence related to the factors influencing nurses' intentions to leave critical care units at governmental hospitals at Saudi Arabia. In this study, the researcher explored that some factors were not covered, so the most of the knowledge gap regarding the factors that contribute to nurses’ intentions to leave their current occupations in critical care units at governmental hospitals in Saudi Arabia, are motivation and communication among staff members. As well as, conflict among staff members, Nurse Manager Ability, leadership and support of nurses, and nurse-physician relationships are some of the important factors that contribute to nurses’ intentions to leave their current occupations that needs to be studied.
Factors Influencing, Intentions, Saudi Nurses, Critical Care Units, Governmental Hospitals, Qassim RegionDownload PDF