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A nursing home and its organizational climate

an ethnography

by Bonnie Cashin Farmer

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Published by Auburn House in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

  • Meadows of Madison (Nursing home),
  • Nursing homes -- Sociological aspects -- Case studies.,
  • Nursing homes -- Anthropological aspects -- Case studies.,
  • Corporate culture -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [147]-155) and index.

    StatementBonnie Cashin Farmer.
    LC ClassificationsRA997 .F37 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL806437M
    ISBN 100865692629
    LC Control Number95043040

    for nursing home care. Their thinking and grass-roots efforts grew into a national movement. The Pioneer Network, formed in , is an umbrella organization representing a variety of stakeholders— nursing home providers, state trade associations, reg-ulators, Quality Improvement Organizations, con-sumers, long-term care ombudsmen, aging network. In any attempt to change the values of an organization, whether it is through the education of its participants in moral principles, or the imposition of leadership committed to higher ethical principles, the contents of the existing organizational culture must be dealt with directly for positive change to occur.

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Hypothesis 1: There is a relationship between organizational climate and employee’s commitment Job Satisfaction The concept of job satisfaction can be defined as the contentment that employees gain from their job, the climate, and the condition of the workplace (Mollahaliloglu et al., ).

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This paper reports a critical review of nursing organizational culture research studies with the objectives of: (1) reviewing theoretical and methodological char-acteristics of the studies and (2) drawing inferences specific to the state of knowledge in this field.

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Just as health care workers have a duty of care to their patients, employers have a fundamental duty of care to their employees – to create a healthy work environment for them.