RETENTION STRATEGIES TO REDUCE NURSES’ TURNOVER IN INDIA: A REVIEW STUDY

Authors

  • Seema Kumari Singh School of Commerce & Management, Sandip University, Nashik, India
  • Dr. Samadhan A Bundhe Assistant Professor, Guide School of Commerce & Management Sandip University, Nashik

Keywords:

Retention, retention strategies, turnover, factors affecting turnover, turnover intentions, job dissatisfaction.

Abstract

The nurses’turnover  has been a and global challenge .The administrators of hospitals and human resource  managers are struggling hard to sustain the workforce of nurses in health  care sector.A dream of healthy nation  can not be envisaged without  their immense cooperation in health care delivery system.The national and international organisations sensitized the  government  and the world on nursing shortage .During Covid 19 pandemic ,owing to nursing shortage ,it was  imperatively realized to plan and implement   effective and suitable retention  strategies for employed nurses so  to minimize their turnover  in our country.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

Archana ,S; & Rashmi ,J.(2017) .Factors affecting job retention among nurses working in selected hospitals, Nepal. Int J Health Sci Res, 7(12), 141-145.https:/ /www.ijhsr.org /IJHSR_Vol .7_Issu e.12_Dec2017/23.pdf

Behera,M.R; Chardsumon,P; Sirichotiratana N ;& Viwatwongkasem,C(2019) .Retention of medical doctors and nurses in rural areas of Odisha state, India- a policy analysis,International Journal of Workplace Health Management,12(4),178-19. DOI:10.1108/ijwhm-05-2018-005

Buchan,J; Shaffer,F.A; & Catton, H.(2018,Jul).Policy Brief :Nurse retention. International Centre on NurseMigration,1-24.https://www.icn.ch/sites/default/files/inline-files/201 8_ICNM %20Nu rse%20 retention.pdf

Cascio, W. F. (2003).Managing Human Resources. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Chhugani, M;& James M.M.(2017). Challenges faced by Nurses in India - The major workforce of the healthcare system. Int J Nurs Midwif Res, 4(1),23-27. https://doi.org/10.24321/2455.9318.201705

Colwell, F.J. (2019). Leadership Strategies to Improve Nurse Retention. International Journal Of Nursing.6(1),1-89. 10.15640/ijn.v6n1a18.

Delhi Govt Deploys Nodal Officers To Monitor Covid Patient Care, Vaccination At PvtFacilities.(2022,Jan19).Outlook.https://www.outlookindia.com/national/delhi-govt-deploys-nodal-officers-to-monitor-covid-patient-care-vaccination-at-pvt-facilities-news-39080

Duru, D. C., & Hammoud, M. S. (2022). Identifying effective retention strategies for front-line nurses. Nursing management (Harrow, London, England : 1994), 29(1), 17–24. https://d oi.org/1 0.77 48/nm .2021.e1971

Garner, S. L., Conroy, S. F., & Bader, S. G. (2015). Nurse migration from India: a literature review. International journal of nursing studies, 52(12), 1879–1890. https://d oi.org/1 0.1016/j. ijn urstu .201 5.07.003

Gill, R .(2016).Scarcity of Nurses in India: A Myth or Reality?Journal of Health Management, 18(4), 509–522.DOI: 10.1177/0972063416665932http://jhm.sagepub.co

India needs 4.3 mn nurses by 2024 to meet WHO norms.(2021,Sep 02). The Statesman.

Heidari, M;Seifi ,B; & Gharebagh ,Z.A.(2017). Nursing staff retention: Effective factors. Ann Trop Med Public Health ,10(6),1467-73.DOI:10.4103/ATMPH.ATMPH_353_17

Jawahir,S; & Hong,T.E.(2021).Perception of nurses on the practice environment: experience from Malaysia.The Medical journal of Malaysia 76(1),73-79. https://www .researchgate. net/publicatio n/348 916943_Perception_of_nurses_on_the_practice_environment_experience_from_Malaysia

Kossivi, B. , Xu, M. and Kalgora, B. (2016). Study on determining factors of employee retention. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 4(6), 261-268. doi: 10.4236/jss.2016.45029.

Labrague, L.J., DE LOS Santos, J.A.A., Flguera ,C.C., Nwafor, C.E., Galabay, J.R., Rosales, R.A.& Firmo,C.N.(2020). Predictors of nurses’ turnover intention at one and five years’ time. International Nursing Review 67(2).191-198.https://doi.org/10.1111/inr.12581

Lakshman, S. (2016). Nurse turnover in India: Factors impacting nurses' decisions to leave employment. South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management, 3, 109-128. doi:10.1177/2322093716657470.

Madlabana, C.Z., Mashamba-Thompson, T.P; & Petersen, I.(2020) Performance management methods and practices among nurses in primary health care settings: a systematic scoping review protocol. Syst Rev Springer 9(1),1-9. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-020-01294-w

Magda ,E.N; Hala, A. A; & Naglaa, A. M.(2011). Relationship between management styles and nurses’ retention at private hospitals.Alexandria Journal of Medicine, 47(3),243-249, DOI: 10.1016/j.ajme.2011.06.003

Mun,F.C;Azam,S.M.F; & Albattat, A.R.(2021).Employee Retention of registered nurses a Malyasian private hospital: A Pilot study,2021 .The Malaysian Journal of Nursing.12(4),17-21. https:// ejourn al.lu cp.net/index.php/mjn/article/view/1243/1432

Nagarajan, R.(2019,Dec 05).Delhi: Nurses make less than your plumber .The Times of India .https://m.timesofindia.com/city/delhi/nurses-make-less-than-your-plumber /article show /723 746 65.cms?frmapp=yes

Nguyen, H.(2019) ."The Influence of Job Motivation on Nurse Retention: A Study of Vietnamese Private Hospital." (2019).(Master's ThesesUniversity of Northern Colorado Scholarship & Creative Works ).1-70.https://digscholarship.unco.edu/theses/131

Onah,F; & Anikwe ,S.O.(2016).The Task of attraction and retention of academic staff in Nigeria universities,Journal of Management and Strategy,7(2). 9-20.http://dx.doi.org/10.5430/jms.v7n2p9

Thephilah, C.R.(2019) .Attrition analysis and retention strategies among staff nurses – A survey

study.Indian J Comm Health.31(2),257261.DOI:https://doi.org/10.47203/IJCH.2019.v31i02.018

Varghese, J;Blankenhorn,A;Saligram,P;Porter,J; & Sheikh,K.(2018).Setting the agenda for nurse leadership in India: what is missing Lucy Gilson. Int J Equity Health,17(1),1-10,http s://doi .org/ 10.1 186%2Fs12939-018-0814-0

Walia,G.S; & Daroch,B.(2017).Retention practices : Remedy to employee turnover disease. International Journal of Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Sciences,5(1),576-581.http s://www.researchgate.net/publication/327137395_Retention_PracticesRemedy_to_Employee_Turnover_Disease

Downloads

Published

11-03-2024

How to Cite

[1]
Seema Kumari Singh and Dr. Samadhan A Bundhe, “RETENTION STRATEGIES TO REDUCE NURSES’ TURNOVER IN INDIA: A REVIEW STUDY”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 9, no. GHRIEBM, p. 9, Mar. 2024.