Majd T. Mrayyan
Majd T. Mrayyan
The Hashemite University, Ex.Vice President, Ex.Dean of Scientific Research, Professor of Nursing
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Rate, causes and reporting of medication errors in Jordan: nurses’ perspectives
MT Mrayyan, K Shishani, I AL‐FAOURI
Journal of Nursing Management 15 (6), 659-670, 2007
Nurse job satisfaction and retention: comparing public to private hospitals in Jordan
MT Mrayyan
Journal of Nursing Management 13 (1), 40-50, 2005
Problem-based learning (PBL): assessing students’ learning preferences using VARK
IM Alkhasawneh, MT Mrayyan, C Docherty, S Alashram, HY Yousef
Nurse Education Today 28 (5), 572-579, 2008
Jordanian nurses’ job satisfaction, patients’ satisfaction and quality of nursing care
MT Mrayyan
International Nursing Review 53 (3), 224-230, 2006
Nurses’ autonomy: influence of nurse managers’ actions
MT Mrayyan
Journal of Advanced Nursing 45 (3), 326-336, 2004
Jordanian nurses' job stressors and social support
SH Hamaideh, MT Mrayyan, R Mudallal, IG Faouri, NA Khasawneh
International Nursing Review 55 (1), 40-47, 2008
Predictors of career commitment and job performance of Jordanian nurses
MT Mrayyan, I Al‐Faouri
Journal of Nursing Management 16 (3), 246-256, 2008
Jordanian nurses' job satisfaction and intent to stay: comparing teaching and non-teaching hospitals
MT Mrayyan
Journal of Professional Nursing 23 (3), 125-136, 2007
Assessing the prevalence of malnutrition in chronic kidney disease patients in Jordan
RF Tayyem, MT Mrayyan
Journal of Renal Nutrition 18 (2), 202-209, 2008
Hospital organizational climates and nurses’ intent to stay: differences between units and wards
MT Mrayyan
Contemporary Nurse 27 (2), 223-236, 2008
Effect of nurse managers’ leadership styles on predicted nurse turnover
M Suliman, S Almansi, M Mrayyan, M ALBashtawy, M Aljezawi
Nursing Management, 2020
Reported incidence, causes, and reporting of medication errors in teaching hospitals in Jordan: A comparative study
MT Mrayyan
Contemporary Nurse 41 (2), 216-232, 2012
Career commitment and job performance of Jordanian nurses
MT Mrayyan, I Al‐Faouri
Nursing Forum 43 (1), 24-37, 2008
Job stressors and social support behaviors: Comparing intensive care units to wards in Jordan
MT Mrayyan
Contemporary Nurse 31 (2), 163-175, 2009
Perception of risk of coronary heart disease among Jordanians
AA Ammouri, G Neuberger, MT Mrayyan, SH Hamaideh
Journal of Clinical Nursing 20 (1‐2), 197-203, 2011
Assessment of nutritional status among ESRD patients in Jordanian hospitals
RF Tayyem, MT Mrayyan, DD Heath, HA Bawadi
Journal of Renal Nutrition 18 (3), 281-287, 2008
Readiness of organizations for change, motivation and conflict-handling intentions: Senior nursing students’ perceptions
MT Mrayyan, R Modallal, K Awamreh, M Atoum, M Abdullah, S Suliman
Nurse Education in Practice 8 (2), 120-128, 2008
Nurses' career commitment and job performance: Differences between intensive care units and wards
MT Mrayyan, I Al-Faouri
Journal of Research in Nursing 13 (1), 38-51, 2008
American nurses' work autonomy on patient care and unit operations
MT Mrayyan
British Journal of Nursing 14 (18), 962-967, 2005
The influence of standardized languages on nurses’ autonomy
MT Mrayyan
Journal of Nursing Management 13 (3), 238-241, 2005
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