Enhancing healthcare quality by promoting work-life balance among nursing staff

Mrinal M. Varma, Angela S. Kelling, Shanta Goswami


Nurses are fundamental to the functioning of any healthcare organization. However, nursing is a demanding and stressful profession. Excessive occupational stress can cause work-life conflict, decrease quality of care, and increase nurse resignation. It is essential that healthcare providers examine their organizational culture to ensure a supportive climate to maximize the well-being and work-life balance of nurses. With the improvement of the organizational culture, nurses will be able to provide top quality medical care, be more productive, and enhance patient satisfaction.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jha.v5n6p58


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Journal of Hospital Administration

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