Abstract

Background: The rotation or rolling has a sense of play or rotate the placement of the
structural and functional than a certain position to other positions specified in a policy
which is compulsary. While the rotation is interpreted as a punishment and procedures
remain in the hospital is still technically there is no explanation about the reason of the
rotation.
Research objectives: to analyze the factors that affect satisfaction of nurses
implementing the rotation of space in hospitals dr. R. Goeteng Taroenadibrata
Purbalingga.
Research Methods: This type of research used in this study is correlational analitic.
Sampling in this study uses total sampling technique using a questionnaire as data
collection tools were distributed to 74 respondents. Analysis of the data used is a
multivariate analysis of Logistic Regression. Research
Results: The results of this study is the third of the factors that memepengaruhi
rotation space is there a significant effect among the three factors that affect the
implementation of nurse satisfaction in hospitals roatsi space dr. R. Goeteng
Taroenadibrata Purbalingga (Opportunity to advance p value = 0.018, Colleague p
value = 0.010, p value working conditions = 0.004). The most dominant factor of the
rotation of space in hospitals dr. R. Goeteng Taroenadibrata Purbalingga is a
significant opportunity for advancement, where the p value 0.025 <α = 0.05. Conclusion:
The most dominant factor of the rotation of space in hospitals dr. R. Goeteng
Taroenadibrata Purbalingga is an opportunity to advance.
Key words: Analysis of the factors that affect nurse satisfaction executor, nurse
executive, the rotation of the space.