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Belongingness: Malaysian nurses’ experiences in the clinical workplace

Mohamed, Zainah;
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  • Published: 28 Feb 2017
Abstract
The need to belong has been proposed to be the most basic need for human psychological wellbeing. Lack of belongingness has been associated with stress, anxiety, and lack of esteem. Understanding the nature of nurses’ interconnection with others and their perceptions of belongingness has been linked to social and psychological functioning in the workplace. The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to explore factors contributing to Malaysian nurses’ sense of belonging in the workplace. Registered nurses (n = 437) from two hospitals in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, completed a previously validated questionnaires translated into the Malay language. Questionnaires were...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, nursing, clinical workplace, ethesis-20140220-161640, open access, thesis(doctorate), 1959.1/923956, monash:120625, 2013, belongingness
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publication . Other literature type . 2017

Belongingness: Malaysian nurses’ experiences in the clinical workplace

Mohamed, Zainah;