Meaning of work in the European nursing profession

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationWorking conditions and intent to leave the profession among nursing staff in Europe
    EditorsH.M. Hasselhorn, P. Tackenberg, B.H. Muller
    Place of PublicationSweden
    PublisherSaltsa
    Pages58-63
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

    Publication series

    NameReport National Institute for Working Life
    PublisherNational Institute for Working Life
    Number2003:7
    ISSN (Print)1404-790X

    Cite this

    (2003). Meaning of work in the European nursing profession. In H. M. Hasselhorn, P. Tackenberg, & B. H. Muller (Eds.), Working conditions and intent to leave the profession among nursing staff in Europe (pp. 58-63). (Report National Institute for Working Life; No. 2003:7). Sweden: Saltsa.
    / Meaning of work in the European nursing profession. Working conditions and intent to leave the profession among nursing staff in Europe. editor / H.M. Hasselhorn ; P. Tackenberg ; B.H. Muller. Sweden : Saltsa, 2003. pp. 58-63 (Report National Institute for Working Life; 2003:7).
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    2003, Meaning of work in the European nursing profession. in HM Hasselhorn, P Tackenberg & BH Muller (eds), Working conditions and intent to leave the profession among nursing staff in Europe. Report National Institute for Working Life, no. 2003:7, Saltsa, Sweden, pp. 58-63.

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    Meaning of work in the European nursing profession. In Hasselhorn HM, Tackenberg P, Muller BH, editors, Working conditions and intent to leave the profession among nursing staff in Europe. Sweden: Saltsa. 2003. p. 58-63. (Report National Institute for Working Life; 2003:7).