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Data on motivational factors of the medical and nursing staff of a Greek Public Regional General Hospital during the economic crisis.

Data on motivational factors of the medical and nursing staff of a Greek Public Regional General Hospital during the economic crisis.
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Charalambous M, Konstantinos M, Talias MA,


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Charalambous M, Konstantinos M, Talias MA,

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Data in brief 2017 02 1611() 371-381 doi 10.1016/j.dib.2017.02.026
Abstract

In this article, we present the data related to motivational factors given by the medical (n=118) and nursing (n=217) staff, of a Greek Public General Hospital during a period of financial austerity. The data collection has been based on a structured self-administrable questionnaire which was used in a previous survey in Cyprus (Chatzicharalambous, 2015) [1]. The incentives-rewards included amount in a total to 11 (both financial and non-financial). The data contains 4 parts: (1) demographics, (2) assessment of the degree to which this hospital provided such incentives-rewards, (3) personal assessment of the participants about the significance of these incentive-rewards and (4) to what extent these incentives-rewards have increased or decreased over the last five years due to the economic crisis. The sample was analyzed as a whole on demographics and by a professional subgroup (doctors and nurses) for the other three parts. The data include quantitative tables for all parts. Finally include three tables contain multilevel models.

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