Does Intrinsic Motivation Affect Psychological Well-being of Nurses in Indonesia?

Mickael Pardede

Abstract


Nurse is one job that has a high work stress. Such high job demands can make nurses tend to feel tired, have high attendance, increase turn-over intentions to find other hospitals. This situation can threaten the psychological well-being of the nurse, so it is necessary to see the effect of other variables in order to improve psychological well-being. This study aims to examine the effect of intrinsic motivation on psychological well-being in nurses in Indonesia. The number of participants in this study 150 people who work as a nurse at the Hospital. The results show that there is a positive and significant effect between intrinsic motivation on psychological well-being in nurses in Indonesia (sig. 0.000 and R2 = 8.9%).


Keywords


Psychological well-being, Intrinsic Motivation, Nurse

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