BACKGROUNDRural hospital nurses have to cope with high workloads and often find it difficult to take leave due to the lack of staff to replace them (Hart et al., 2013). They also frequently work additional hours and part-time employees may find themselves working full-time hours to cover workforce shortages (Francis & Mills, 2011). These factors may lead to nurse burnout which, coupled with the aging rural nurs-ing workforce (National Rural Health Alliance Inc.,
attrition rate results in a loss of knowledge and experience which, ul-timately, affects the delivery of safe patient care (Buykx et al., 2010; Flinkman et al., 2010
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