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Patient satisfaction with nursing care: a multilevel analysis.

Patient satisfaction with nursing care: a multilevel analysis. Although prior research has suggested that satisfaction with nursing care is affected by multilevel factors (e.g., patient characteristics, episode-of-care, the institution providing care), these studies typically focused only on a single level of analysis. The present study examines three levels of influence simultaneously to assess the relative effect each has on satisfaction. Results suggest that satisfaction is determined primarily by the patient and the episode of care; organization-level factors explained almost no additional variance. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quality management in health care Pubmed

Patient satisfaction with nursing care: a multilevel analysis.

Quality management in health care , Volume 12 (3): 4 – Aug 21, 2003

Patient satisfaction with nursing care: a multilevel analysis.


Abstract

Although prior research has suggested that satisfaction with nursing care is affected by multilevel factors (e.g., patient characteristics, episode-of-care, the institution providing care), these studies typically focused only on a single level of analysis. The present study examines three levels of influence simultaneously to assess the relative effect each has on satisfaction. Results suggest that satisfaction is determined primarily by the patient and the episode of care; organization-level factors explained almost no additional variance.

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ISSN
1063-8628
DOI
10.1097/00019514-200307000-00009
pmid
12891962

Abstract

Although prior research has suggested that satisfaction with nursing care is affected by multilevel factors (e.g., patient characteristics, episode-of-care, the institution providing care), these studies typically focused only on a single level of analysis. The present study examines three levels of influence simultaneously to assess the relative effect each has on satisfaction. Results suggest that satisfaction is determined primarily by the patient and the episode of care; organization-level factors explained almost no additional variance.

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Quality management in health carePubmed

Published: Aug 21, 2003

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