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    標題: Comparisons of self-ratings on managerial competencies, research capability, time management, executive power, workload and work stress among nurse administrators
    作者: Kang, Chun-Mei
    Chiu, Hsiao-Ting
    Hu, Yi-Chun
    Chen, Hsiao-Lien
    Lee, Pi-Hsia
    Chang, Wen-Yin
    貢獻者: 資訊管理系
    關鍵字: Managerial Competency
    Nurse Administrator
    Work Stress
    日期: 2012-10
    上傳時間: 2014-03-21 16:13:21 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Wiley-Blackwell
    摘要: Aims To assess the level of and the differences in managerial competencies, research capability, time management, executive power, workload and work-stress ratings among nurse administrators (NAs), and to determine the best predictors of managerial competencies for NAs. Background Although NAs require multifaceted managerial competencies, research related to NAs managerial competencies is limited. Method A cross-sectional survey was conducted with 330 NAs from 16 acute care hospitals. Managerial competencies were determined through a self-developed questionnaire. Data were collected in 2011. Results All NAs gave themselves the highest rating on integrity and the lowest on both financial/budgeting and business acumen. All scores for managerial competencies, research capability, time management and executive power showed a statistically significant correlation. The stepwise regression analysis revealed that age; having received NA training; having completed a nursing project independently; and scores for research capability, executive power and workload could explain 63.2% of the total variance in managerial competencies. Conclusion The present study provides recommendations for future administrative training programmes to increase NAs managerial competency in fulfilling their management roles and functions. Implications for Nursing Management The findings inform leaders of hospitals where NAs need to develop additional competencies concerning the type of training NAs need to function proficiently.
    關聯: Journal Of Nursing Management, 20(7,SI), 938-947
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