Percepción de las enfermeras perioperatorias sobre su entorno laboral y su relación con la sensación de satisfacción o insatisfacción laboral

Perception of perioperative nurses about their work environment and its relation to the feeling to job satisfaction or dissatisfaction

  • Amalia Sillero Sillero Departamento del Área Quirúrgica, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Barcelona, España
  • Adelaida Zabalegui Yarnoz Departamento de Investigación y Educación, Hospital Clínico. Barcelona, España
Palabras clave: Satisfacción laboral, Entorno de trabajo, Enfermeras perioperatorias
Key-words: Work environment, Perioperative nurses, Job satisfaction

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Sillero Sillero, Amalia; Zabalegui Yarnoz, Adelaida. Percepción de las enfermeras perioperatorias sobre su entorno laboral y su relación con la sensación de satisfacción o insatisfacción laboral. Evidentia. 2018; 15. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/ev/e12030 [acceso: 14/12/2018]
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