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Nursing managers' experiences of factors affecting job motivation: A qualitative study
Zahra Farajzadeh , Ahmad Nasiri
birjand medical science university , farajzadeh_zahra@yahoo.com
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IIntroduction: Motivation is a complex process of the individual; organizational and social factors and the performance of employees is a function of their ability and motivation. Identifying and analyzing motivational factors is very important. This study was conducted to explain the experiences of nursing managers on factors affecting job motivation.
Method: This study, which is a contract content analysis, was conducted by in-depth and semi-structural interviews with nursing managers of hospitals affiliated with Birjand University of Medical Sciences. The participants' statements were recorded with their consent by voice recording, and then handwritten word for word. The number of participants was eight depending on the data saturation, and saturation was achieved when new information was not obtained during data analysis and coding. Data analysis was performed simultaneously with data collection using the content analysis method and Grinheim method.
Results: Content analysis of nursing managers' experiences of factors affecting job motivation five categories including individual self-motivation factors, professional motivational abilities, motivational support, organizational, motivational factors and financial motivational factors and ten subcategories including motivational personality dimensions, Ethical motivators, professional competence, functional ability, motivational support of the workplace, motivational support of the family, management structures, the system of encouragement and punishment of the organization, receiving appropriate salaries and rewards were extracted.
Conclusion: According to the results of this study, nursing managers can take a step toward maintaining and promoting nurses' job motivation by giving more importance to internal motivation factors and improving the quality of nursing care, and useful and constructive solutions for the development of health organizations. That plays a key role in community health.
Keywords: Managers' Experiences,  Nursing,  Job Motivation, Content Analysis, Qualitative Study
Keywords: Managers' Experiences, Nursing, Job Motivation, Content Analysis, Qualitative Study
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Type of Study: Qualitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/10/10 | Accepted: 2022/04/30 | Published: 2022/04/30
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Farajzadeh Z, Nasiri A. Nursing managers' experiences of factors affecting job motivation: A qualitative study. 3 JNE. 2022; 11 (3) :42-52
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