Work-related empowerment among nurses: literature review Online publication date: Wed, 24-Aug-2016
by Ghadeer Al-Dweik; Laila I. Al-Daken; Hana Abu-Snieneh; Muayyad M. Ahmad
International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management (IJPQM), Vol. 19, No. 2, 2016
Abstract: This literature review discusses several issues about nurses' work-related empowerment, in order to determine empowerment concept, significance and the factors contributing their empowerment and identify the gaps from the literature. A systematic review was carried out focusing on empirical research on several issues related to nurses' empowerment. A literature search was conducted with certain electronic databases for the period 2009 to 2015. Forty-five studies were identified through a systematic search of the literature. The results of this review should be of interest to the planners, decision makers, managers, practitioners who are working in the field of management, educators who have particular focus and interest in nurse's empowerment. Hospital managers and decision makers need to work towards the implementation of empowerment environment and focus on the factors promoting empowerment to enhance nurse's productivity, to provide high quality care for patient in clinical sittings and to achieve positive health outcomes.
Online publication date: Wed, 24-Aug-2016
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