Sei sulla pagina 1di 1
Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates?

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave
Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Nearly one in three new nurses leave job in 2 years Costs hospital $42,000 to $64,000 to replace a nurse Few research studies that examine long-term retention rates for Magnet hospitals The Magnet Recognition Program recognizes healthcare organizations that provide nursing excellence Ensure that nursing increased nursing retention rates have to do with Magnet designation rather than the stress of unit

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Transactional Model of Stress and Coping (TMSC):

examining how Magnet hospital designation improves nursing retention rates can lead to further studies, examining the relationship of Magnet designation and nurse’s stress coping strategies. The Meaningful Retention Strategy Inventory (MRSI):

The MRSI consists of 59 items reflecting 8 factors that contribute to job satisfaction, autonomy, communication, administration, recognition, working conditions, professional practice, scheduling/staffing, and pay/benefits Procedures Every nurse will be asked to complete an electronic copy of MRSI Collect data of responses Data will be collected at the start of the study, 2 years, and 5 years Incentives Obtain actual retention rates for each hospital through the National Database of Nursing Quality indicators

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

The purpose of this study is to test if Magnet hospital designation improves retention rates and satisfaction scores for nurses when compared to non-Magnet hospitals over a period of five years.

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave
➢ Independent variables ○ Magnet hospital designation versus non-Magnet hospital designation ○ Type of unit worked:
➢ Independent variables
○ Magnet hospital designation versus
non-Magnet hospital designation
○ Type of unit worked: ER, Med/Surg,
ICU
➢ Dependent variables
○ Nursing satisfaction scores
evaluated by the MRSI; reliable
predictor of nurse retention
○ Nurse retention rate
Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Greater incentive for non-Magnet hospitals to transition to Magnet status with positive results Assess the current effectiveness of the Magnet hospital designation Lead to the formation of improved new nurse training programs and ongoing education programs for experienced nurses.

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Total of 150 nurses 25 nurses per hospital; 3 Magnet Hospitals & 3 non-Magnet Hospitals All nurses who participate in the study will have a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing Nurses working outside of hospitals such as nursing homes and private clinics will be excluded from this study Convenience sampling

Does Magnet Hospital Designation Improve Nurse Retention Rates? ➢ Nearly one in three new nurses leave

Descriptive Statistics demographics includes employer, day/night shift, hours per shift, level of

education, years of experience, unit, sex, and age

Different levels of demographics will be analyzed in order to examine different variables that may have an influence on nursing retention rates. Data will be analyzed using ANOVA

Researchers: Matthew Huang, Yesenia Keller, Chanese Lee, Molly Nolan Faculty Advisor: Ana-Maria Gallo PhD, CNS, RNC April 10, 2017