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LIFE AND WORK SATISFACTION OF REGISTERED NURSES: ITS IMPLICATION TO CLINICAL PERFORMANCE
Dr. Medel O. Cabalsa*
Background: The job satisfactions have been extensively explored as driving forces to life. When nurses aresatisfied with their work, it predicts higher features in life. This satisfaction provides nurses retention, motivation,loyalty and quality nursing outcomes. Methods: A descriptive survey approach was used to assess the level of lifeand work satisfaction of registered nurses and its implication to clinical practice. A total of 474 samples werecollected through convenience sampling. A self-constructed questionnaire was used to gather the data. It was pilottested and underwent reliability testing. Descriptive and inferential statistics were applied to analyze the data.Findings: The findings of the study revealed that registered nurses have satisfaction on their life and work. Thedata shows that registered nurses were satisfied (3.149) on their personal life and highly satisfied (3.490) withtheir psychosocial life. At the workplace, it shows that they were highly satisfied in the work environment (3.316),satisfied in personal growth and professional development (3.210) and administrative and management support(3.016). Conclusion: The life and work satisfaction has implication to the clinical performance of therespondents. The relationship between life and work satisfactions is positively and remarkably significant. Thework satisfaction has been associated with the life satisfaction.[Full Text Article] [Download Certificate]