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References Aiken, L. H., Sloane, D. M., Bruyneel, L., Van den Heede, K., & Sermeus, W. (2013). Nurses' reports of working conditions and hospital quality of care in 12 countries in Europe. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(2), 143-153. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2012.11.009 Alameddine, M., Baumann, A., Laporte, A., & Deber, R. (2012). A narrative review on the effect of economic downturns on the nursing labour market: implications for policy and planning. Human Resources for Health, 10(23). doi: 10.1186/1478-4491-10-23 Borowiak, E., Manes, A., & Kostka

References Gasova, M., Gaso, M. and Stefanik, A. (2017). Advanced Industrial Tools of Ergonomics Based on Industry 4.0 Concept. Procedia Engineering, Volume 192, pp. 219-224. Heiden, B., Weigl, M., Angerer, P. and Müller, A. (2013). Association of age and physical job demands with musculoskeletal disorders in nurses. Applied Ergonomics, Volume 44, pp. 652-658. Josephson, M., Lagerström, M., Hagberg, M. and Hjelm, E.W. (1997) Musculoskeletal symptoms and job strain among nursing personnel: A study over a three year period. Occupational and Environmental Medicine

PIŚMIENNICTWO/REFERENCES 1. McAllister M, Downer T, Hanson J, Oprescu F. Transformers: Changing the face of nursing and midwifery in the media. Nurse Education in Practice. 2014; 14(2): 148-153. 2. Heilemann M. Media images and screen representations of nurses. Nursing Outlook. 2012; 60: 1-3. 3. Włodarczyk D, Tobolska B. Wizerunek zawodu pielęgniarki z perspektywy lekarzy, pacjentów i pielęgniarek. Medycyna Pracy. 2011; 62(3): 269-279. 4. Kojder E, Zarzycka D. Wizerunek zawodowy pielęgniarki i jego determinanty. Pielęgniarstwo XXI wieku. 2014; 2(47): 47-52. 5

nurses: An integrationists approach. Psicothema. 2013; 25 (3): 330-335. 6. Uchmanowicz I, Jankowska-Polańska B, Bronowicka G. Zjawisko wypalenia zawodowego wśród pielęgniarek pracujących na oddziałach onkologicznych - badania wstępne. Probl. Pielęg. 2013; 21 (4): 476-483. 7. Santinello M. LBQ Kwestionariusz Wypalenia Zawodowego. Podręcznik. Warszawa: Pracownia Testów Psychologicznych PTP; 2014. 8. Reker GT, Peacock EJ. The Life Attitude Profile (LAP): A multidimensional instrument for assessing attitudes toward life. Can J of Behav Science. 1981; 13 (3): 264-273. 9

. Hiring foreign-educated nurses is one of the strategies that have been actively used to balance demand and supply of health care ( Aiken et al. 2007 ; Kline 2003 ; Lafer 2005 ; Tsitouras and Lopez 2009 ). The US Congress and the Executive Branch have used the immigration policy to increase the nursing workforce. Policies that vary from year to year lead to wide swings in the waiting time for immigrant nurses to obtain work visas. For example, compared to a total of 140,000 permanent employment-based immigrant visas (EB-3) available in 2005 for all skilled workers

References 1. Andonova A. [Professional realization of the nurses from the alumni of 2008 of the Thracian University]. Nursing. 2009;(41):3-7. Bulgarian. 2. Stoykova V, Vasileva A, Eguruze K, Durlyova F. [Attitudes towards professional realization of the students from specialty of nurse]. Varna Medical Forum. 2016;5(4):99-102. Bulgarian. 3. Grozdeva D, Grigorova Y, Pencheva P. [The opinion of the nurse students about clinical practice in the surgical ward]. 2014;3(3):342-6. Bulgarian. 4. Asparuhova P. Research of the attitudes of students’ career choice “nurse

1 Introduction The training and recruitment of newly graduated nurses are one of the most important ways to alleviate the shortage of nurses for developed and developing countries. 1 , 2 , 3 Actually, the newly graduated nurses in the transition period from nursing student to nursing staff have been experiencing a high turnover rate in the globe. In Europe, Hasselhorn et al. 4 reported that 9.3% of new European nurses left the profession, ranging from 4.5% in Italy to 14.6% in Germany. A study by Brewer et al. showed 15% of newly licensed registered nurses left

1 Introduction Obstetric nursing is a nursing specialty that takes care of pregnant women who have quick maternal changes and emergency situations to the health of both mother and child along with China’s family planning policy to be involved in the whole society of family health-care services, resulting in long-term obstetric nurses’ stress and high work load condition. 1 In clinical work, psychological pressure is relatively more generally in clinical nursing staff, 2 and resilience is a trait or ability to face the pressure an individual is in the face of

health in many countries. 3 The figures adopted by Sharma and Cooper illustrated that there were approximately 33% of Americans and 62% of Australian managers experienced job burnout. 4 That is the case for nurses’ burnout as well. Russell conducted a descriptive study by using questionnaires among a convenience sample of 61 nurses, and the findings revealed that inpatient oncology nurses’ burnout syndrome reached a moderate level. 5 Landau also pointed out that 25% of all nurses suffer from burnout. 6 According to Maslach and Jackson, 7 professional caregivers are

References 1. International Organisation of Migration. World migration 2003 - managing migration. Challenges and responses for people on the move. Vol 2. Geneva: IOM; 2003. 2. Haberman M, Stagge M. Nurse migration: a challenge for the profession and health-care systems. J Public Health. 2010; 18(1): 43-51. article/10.1007/s10389-009-0279-0, p. 8; dostęp 20.12.2016. 3. Kingma M. Nurses on the move. London: Cornell University Press; 2006. http://link.; dostęp 20.12.2016. 4. Kautsch M. Migracje