Term of Award
Doctor of Public Health in Public Health Leadership (Dr.P.H.)
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Dissertation (restricted to Georgia Southern)
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Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health
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The Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program assists families who have children at risk with characteristics such as poverty, maltreatment, or special needs. In order to reduce the dollars spent yearly to recruit, train and maintain the home visiting workforce more information is needed to determine the existing workforce gaps and identify programmatic needs to change organizational culture and reduce turnover.
This study used a 35-item self-reported questionnaire to determine if the supervisor support put in place for the field of home visiting reduces turnover intention in Georgia. Structural Equational Modeling analysis was used to better understand the relationship between the home visitors’ level of supervisory support, work engagement and turnover intention. In general, the path analysis demonstrates a statistically significant inverse relationship between supervisor support and turnover intention (b = -.263; p
Brantley, Katrina M., "Assessing the Work Climate and Turnover Intention of Home Visitors in Georgia" (2020). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2174.
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