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|Publisher:||臺北市 ： 臺灣護理學會|
The aim of this study was to analyze the impact of employee empowerment on competence in community-oriented care among public health nurses (PHNs). Structured Questionnaires were used to collect data by post. Purposive sampling was conducted by six health bureaus in northern Taiwan. Six hundred and seventy PHNs were approached and 576 valid questionnaires were collected, a response rate of 85.9%. The majority of respondents were public health nurses. Employee empowerment was a vital predictor of competence in community-oriented care for PHNs, accounting for 32 to 34% of variances. As regards psychological empowerment, self-efficacy, autonomy, and impact subscales were predictors of competence in community-oriented care, and, as regards organizational empowerment, opportunity and resources subscales were predictors of such competence. When the two variables were added simultaneously to the hierarchical regression model, a negative relationship was identified between the autonomy of psychological empowerment and competence in community-oriented care. The results of this study might serve as a reference in the design of training programs on community-oriented care for PHNs.
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