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Journal of Nursing Care Quality:
doi: 10.1097/NCQ.0000000000000070
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Job Integration Factors As Predictors of Travel Nurse Job Performance: A Mixed-Methods Study.

Tuttas, Carol A. PhD, RN

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Concerns about insufficient work setting familiarity and orientation of temporary nurses affecting job performance are documented in the literature. This mixed-methods study identified unique needs and characteristics of travel nurses, using Web conference focus groups and an Internet survey to reach this geographically dispersed workforce. New knowledge emerged to facilitate more effective travel nurse orientation strategies.

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