Associations between person-centred care and job strain, stress of conscience, and intent to leave among hospital personnel
Hospitals have experienced difficulty in retaining qualified healthcare personnel. Previous studies have shown that working in a person-centred environment could offset this challenge, but research is scarce. The organisational and environmental support subscale of perceived PCC showed significant correlations with all explanatory variables, while the extent of personalising care subscale only correlated with job strain and intent to leave. Higher perceived PCC is associated with work-related factors in hospital departments.