Organizational Commitment of Generation Y Professional Nurses at Government Hospitals Located on Islands

Authors

  • จงกล ดาวเรือง โรงพยาบาลเกาะช้าง
  • อารี ชีวเกษมสุข สาขาวิชาพยาบาลศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยสุโขทัยธรรมาธิราช
  • ดวงกมล ไตรวิจิตรคุณ คณะครุศาสตร์ จุฬาลงกรณ์มหาวิทยาลัย

Keywords:

Organizational commitment, Professional nurse, Generations Y, Hospital located on island

Abstract

The purposes of this mixed methods research were: 1) to investigate organizational commitment of generations Y professional nurses at government hospitals located on islands, 2) to compare organizational commitment between generations Y professional nurses at community hospitals and at a general hospital located on islands, and 3) to explore guidelines for their organizational commitment development. The samples comprised 2 groups of generation Y professional nurses: 1) 77 nurses who answered questionnaires, and 2) 14 nurses who attended focus group discussion. Research tools included: 1) an organizational commitment questionnaire with reliability 0.96, and 2) a questioning guideline for focus group discussion. The findings were as follows. 1) Generation Y professional nurses rated their total organizational commitment at the moderate level. 2) The organizational commitment between professional nurses at community hospitals and a general hospital were not different. 3) The guidelines for their organizational commitment development consisted of 2 types including 2 dimensions: (1) personal fulfillment e.g. convenient transportation 24 hours, schedule exchange if necessary, and recognition gain from the organization; (2) resources support their work such as sufficient manpower management, right man on the right job arrangement, good colleagues, preceptor provision, and good leaders.

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Published

30-08-2018

How to Cite

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ดาวเรือง จ, ชีวเกษมสุข อ, ไตรวิจิตรคุณ ด. Organizational Commitment of Generation Y Professional Nurses at Government Hospitals Located on Islands. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2018 Aug. 30 [cited 2022 Oct. 5];19:328-3. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/156141