- •Academic nursing administrators are crucial for the future nursing workforce, and vacancies are on the rise.
- •Recognizing factors associated with job satisfaction and intent to stay is important for programs of nursing in university settings.
- •Workplace factors were found to have a significant relationship to job satisfaction and intent to stay in a sample of nursing administrators.
- •Modifiable factors should be considered for change of policies in higher education to recruit and retain academic nursing administrators.
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