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Associations of regrets and coping strategies with job satisfaction and turnover intention: international prospective cohort study of novice healthcare professionals

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Pihl-Thingvad, Jesper
Published in Swiss Medical Weekly. 2019, vol. 149, p. w20074
Abstract (1) To assess the associations of care-related regrets with job satisfaction and turnover intention; and (2) to examine whether these associations are partially mediated by coping strategies.
Keywords Emotional burdenRegretsCoping strategiesEmotion regulationJob satisfactionTurnover intentionHealthcare professionals
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PMID: 31026043
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Research groups Recherche clinique en rhumatismes inflammatoires (1010)
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Projects FNS: 166010
FNS: PZ00P1_180040
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CHEVAL, Boris et al. Associations of regrets and coping strategies with job satisfaction and turnover intention: international prospective cohort study of novice healthcare professionals. In: Swiss Medical Weekly, 2019, vol. 149, p. w20074. doi: 10.4414/smw.2019.20074 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:134164

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