Impact of a meaning-centered intervention on job satisfaction and on quality of life among palliative care nurses

Secondary title: 
T2 - Psycho-oncology
Short title: 
Impact of a meaning-centered intervention on job satisfaction and on quality of life among palliative care nurses
Authors: 
Fillion, L.
Duval, S.
Dumont, S.
Gagnon, P.
Tremblay, I.
Bairati, I.
Breitbart, W. S.
Start page: 
1300-10
Annotations: 
Type B, staff
Year: 
2009
Accession number: 
CN-00734155
Database: 
CENTRAL Issue 4 2014
Number: 
M1 - 12
ID: 
907
DOI: 
10.1002/pon.1513 (link)
Notes: 
N1 - Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
Key words: 
Adaptation, Psychological
Burnout, Professional [psychology] [therapy]
Emotions
Existentialism
Follow-Up Studies
Job Satisfaction
Oncology Nursing
Palliative Care [psychology]
Psychotherapy, Group [methods]
Quality of Life [psychology]
Quebec
Spirituality
Stress Disorders, Traumatic [psychology] [therapy]
Adult[checkword]
Female[checkword]
Humans[checkword]
Male[checkword]
Middle Aged[checkword]
Sr-compmed
Types of evidence: 
Type B
Other annotations: 
Staff