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Rudolfsson, G. and Flensner, G. (2012) Suffering and Suffering with the Other—The Perspective of Perioperative Nurse Leaders. Journal of Nursing Management, 20, 278-286.

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  • TITLE: Health of Nurses with Leadership and Management Functions: An Integrative Review

    AUTHORS: C. Gonnelli, R. Raffagnino

    KEYWORDS: Nursing Leadership, Nursing Management, Job Health, Job Wellbeing, Job Satisfaction

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.6 No.10, October 26, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper is to present findings of an integrative literature review related to health and wellbeing of nurses with leadership and management functions and its associated factors, in order to provide the best available evidence on this topic. A large body of knowledge related to nursing health and well-being exists, but little we know about this topic in a nurse leadership and management role. It is a complex role in nursing that implies both clinical and leadership knowledge and abilities. A comprehensive search of electronic databases, focusing on articles published in English and Italian languages during 2009-2018, was completed. A three-step approach was used and from the original 1345 studies, 17 papers were included in this systematic literature review. Two independent reviewers analyzed these papers for critical appraisal on methodological quality and their topics. Narrative synthesis of the empirical literature allowed highlighting the most important results related to the topic investigated. This integrative review has shown that nurse leader and manager roles are stressful mainly for its specific functions and job demands. Directions for future high-quality research are suggested both to deepen the relative importance of the specific risk and protective health factors in nursing leadership roles.