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Journal of Advanced Nursing, 33(4), 484-491 . , Weiler, P, & Hiatt, H . (1991) . Incidence of adverse events and negligence in hospitalized patients : Results of the Harvard Medical Practice Study I . New England Journal of Medicine, 324(6), 370-376. Bridger, J . C . (1997) . A study of nurses' views about the prevention of nonsocomial urinary tract infections . Journal of Clinical Nursing, 6, 379-387 . Burton, R . (1992) . Tackling staff absenteeism . Nursing Standard, 7(3), 37-49 . , & Greenglass, E .

However, note that the Arrow C between the internal work environment and withdrawal behavior is a twoway arrow . This means that while the internal environmental changes and their impacts cause nurse withdrawal behavior, withdrawal behavior also impacts the internal environment . As noted in Table 2, the internal environmental changes and their impacts do affect nurse performance . Thus, it is not unreasonable to assume that nurse withdrawal behavior does impact nurse performance (Arrow D) . We found one study (not in a table) that documents a relationship between negative internal environment and entry of young people into the nursing profession (Arrow F) .

The results of this chapter have a number of implications for human resource practices of RNs and for future research on health care management practices . Advances in Health Care Management, Volume 3, pages 45-57 . Copyright © 2002 by Elsevier Science Ltd . All rights of reproduction in any form reserved . ISBN : 0-7623-0961-X 45 46 M . P. BROWN, M. C . STURMAN AND M. J . SIMMERING INTRODUCTION The precipitous rise in health care costs over the past 20 years has been well documented . Among the factors that contribute to increases in health care costs, those associated with providing hospital care have received considerable attention (Carey, 2000) .

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