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KCI등재 학술저널

Qualitative Literature Study: How Intrinsic Motivation Impacts Nurses' Job Satisfaction

Qualitative Literature Study: How Intrinsic Motivation Impacts Nurses' Job Satisfaction

Purpose: The current study explores the impact of intrinsic motivation on nurses' job satisfaction, taking a close look at the current literature to answer what the relationship is between low/high intrinsic motivation and workplace productivity of nurses in their work at individual and collective levels. Data and methodology: The current research utilized a hybrid of descriptive and systematic review research designs. According to Huntington-Klein (2021), a research design refers to the researcher's method or approach. It includes a detailed explanation of the processes followed by identifying research variables, their evaluation, data collection and analysis. Results: A systematic literature review of the various sources (found in the reference section) revealed critical findings regarding the topic. The following are the four significant impacts of intrinsic motivation on nurses' job satisfaction: (1) Positive Attitude and Feeling, (2) Inherent Needs, (3) Productivity and Performance, and (4) Navigating Challenges of External Rewards. Conclusions: Therefore, the current study could conclude that intrinsic motivation is essential in enhancing the productivity of the nurses. Intrinsically driven or motivated nurses find it unnecessary to be supervised or pushed to work and achieve excellence. They would be proactive towards working and achieving the desired results.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Methodology

4. Results

5. Discussions

References

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