The mediating effect of perceived organizational support on espoused safety attitudes: a field study

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Title: The mediating effect of perceived organizational support on espoused safety attitudes: a field study
Author: Apodaca, Steven P.
Abstract: This research examined a proposed mediated model of safety attitudes and perceived organizational support in affecting safety outcomes in a population of nurses within a West Texas community hospital. Participants completed questionnaires pertaining to the aforementioned measures, and supervisors were solicited to complete a questionnaire pertaining to safety behaviors of subordinates within their respective departments. Data analysis revealed significant correlations among safety attitudes and perceived organizational support but failed to show support for a mediated model. Explanations as to why hypotheses were not supported are discussed, as well as avenues for future research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2346.1/ETD-ASU-2010-05-7
Date: 2011-02-17

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