Mental health as a moderating factor in the relationship between work environment, work engagement and quality of work life and quality of work in Canadian nurses
Authors: Benjamin Lie
Using the National Survey of the Work and Health of Nurses, identified and tested components of survey that measured work environment, work engagement, quality of work life, mental health and quality of work – Identified mental health as a possible moderating factor and tested using statistical analysis – Use of statistical analysis including factor analysis, simple linear regression and multiple linear regression.
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