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Table 1 Reported characteristics of organisations with Magnet accreditation

From: What difference does ("good") HRM make?

Reduced Medicare mortality and morbidity rates
Reduced mortality rates associated with the care of patients admitted to acute care settings with AIDS
Increased levels of patient satisfaction
Significantly lower rates of nurse burnout
Reduced needlestick injury rates among nurses
Significantly higher educational preparation of the registered nurse workforce
High levels of nurse autonomy and nurse control over practice
Positive relationships with physicians
Nurses' perception that they have adequate support services and enough RNs to provide high quality care
A powerful and influential nurse administrator
Nurses in Magnet facilities perceive that their contributions are greatly appreciated
Decreased likelihood of feeling burned out, emotionally drained or frustrated with their work
Decreased likelihood of nurses' reporting they are dissatisfied
  1. Source: ANCC [35]