Nurse burnout has been associated with worsened outcomes for nurses, such as increased turnover or quitting and lower job satisfaction. The purpose of this research was to examine Magnet-designation status in U.S. hospitals, specifically shared governance and structural empowerment, and its effects on nurse burnout, nurse turnover, and job satisfaction of nurses. This study utilized a literature review complemented by two semi-structured interviews. The results showed that Magnet hospitals kept lower levels of burnout, better job satisfaction, and less turnover than non-Magnet hospitals, but this was only the case for some studies of Magnet hospitals. Some outcomes could be attributed to Magnet characteristics, such as shared governance, but other factors could have influenced their success.
Settle, J, Davis, M., Coustasse, A. (2023, March 24). “Magnet Hospitals: An Update on the Impact on Nursing Burnout.” Presented at MBAA International, Chicago, IL.
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