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Confidence in delegation and leadership of registered nurses in long-term-care hospitals
- Confidence in delegation and leadership of registered nurses in long-term-care hospitals
- Yoon, Jungmin; Kim, Miyoung; Shin, Juhhyun
- Ewha Authors
- 김미영; 신주현
- SCOPUS Author ID
- 김미영; 신주현
- Issue Date
- Journal Title
- JOURNAL OF NURSING MANAGEMENT
- 0966-0429; 1365-2834
- vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 676 - 685
- delegation; leadership; long-term-care hospital; registered nurses
- SCIE; SSCI; SCOPUS
- Background and aims Effective delegation improves job satisfaction, responsibility, productivity and development. The ageing population demands more nurses in long-term-care hospitals. Delegation and leadership promote cooperation among nursing staff. However, little research describes nursing delegation and leadership style. We investigated the relationship between registered nurses' delegation confidence and leadership in Korean long-term-care hospitals. Methods Our descriptive correlational design sampled 199 registered nurses from 13 long-term-care hospitals in Korea. Instruments were the Confidence and Intent to Delegate Scale and Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire. Results Confidence in delegation significantly aligned with current-unit clinical experience, length of total clinical-nursing experience, delegation-training experience and leadership. Transformational leadership was the most statistically significant factor influencing delegation confidence. Implications for Nursing Management When effective delegation integrates with efficient leadership, staff can deliver optimal care to long-term-care patients.
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