Results of METEOR survey featured in hospital healthcare Europe

METEOR research on the scale and reasons behind the exodus of nurses and physicians from European hospitals was recently featured in Hospital Healthcare Europe, a website providing hospital managers with insights on best practices in clinical care and specialist services.

The article discusses findings from a survey conducted by METEOR researchers among staff of eight hospitals in four countries. The survey revealed that 9% of doctors and nearly 14% of nurses declared their intention to leave their profession, citing low job satisfaction, growing depersonalisation, and emotional exhaustion as the primary factors influencing their decisions.

The survey also showed that a significant share of healthcare professionals is dissatisfied with their current employer, with 16.3% of doctors and 8.4% of nurses considering leaving their current workplace.

Factors such as ineffective management systems, conflicts, understaffing, and a lack of work-life balance contribute to these decisions.

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