|標題:||The Relationship between Stress and Nursing Errors: The Moderating Role of Professional Ethics|
Department of Management Science
|關鍵字:||壓力;護理失誤;專業倫理;Stress;Nursing errors;Professional ethics|
The nurses' stress is an important issue in the hospital organizations. This study examines the process linking the relationship between stress and nursing errors by focusing on the moderating role of professional ethics. This study adopts the questionnaire and used 494 hospital-based nursing staff in Taiwan. Results demonstrate that two forms of stress (work related and non-work related) are both positively related to nursing errors. In addition, professional ethics moderates the relationship between work related stress and nursing errors, such that the relationship is weaker when nursing staff with the higher professional ethics. However, professional ethics does not interact with non-work related stress to predict nursing errors. This study contributes to the literature on the relationship among stress, professional ethics, and nursing errors. Finally, the limitations of the research are discussed and suggestions for further research are proposed.
Chiao Da Mangement Review
|Appears in Collections:||Chiao Da Mangement Review|
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