This study aims to verify the association between nurses' perception of the meaningfulness of their work and their pleasure in working, and whether this relationship may change based on the level of deep acting performed to cope with emotional regulation demands and the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the healthcare work.

Pace, F., Sciotto, G., Russo, L. (2022). Meaningful work, pleasure in working, and the moderating effects of deep acting and COVID-19 on nurses' work. NURSING FORUM [10.1111/nuf.12787].

Meaningful work, pleasure in working, and the moderating effects of deep acting and COVID-19 on nurses' work

Pace, Francesco
Primo
;
Sciotto, Giulia
Secondo
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Russo, Lorenzo
Ultimo
2022-08-16

Abstract

This study aims to verify the association between nurses' perception of the meaningfulness of their work and their pleasure in working, and whether this relationship may change based on the level of deep acting performed to cope with emotional regulation demands and the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the healthcare work.
Settore M-PSI/06 - Psicologia Del Lavoro E Delle Organizzazioni
Pace, F., Sciotto, G., Russo, L. (2022). Meaningful work, pleasure in working, and the moderating effects of deep acting and COVID-19 on nurses' work. NURSING FORUM [10.1111/nuf.12787].
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