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Shahnazdoust M, Maghsoudi S, Tabari R, Kazem Nejad Leili E. Level of burnout in nurses and its related factors in Medical Educational ‎Hospitals in Rasht in ‎‏2010‏. J Holist Nurs Midwifery. 2011; 21 (2) :20-27
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Level of burnout in nurses and its related factors in Medical Educational   Hospitals in Rasht in 2010

By:  Shahnazdoust M1, Maghsoudi Sh2, Tabari R3, Kazemnejad Leili E4

Abstract

Introduction: Burnout is a specific kind of occupational stress among human service profession like nursing. It is characterized by feeling emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment. 

Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine the Level of burnout in nurses and its related factors in Medical Educational Hospitals in Rasht in 1389. 

Methods: In this descriptive correlational study, samples were chosen by random classification. Sample consisted of 257 nurses from eight medical educational hospitals. Instrument used was the standard Maslach burnout inventory.  T- test, chi-square test , exact fisher test and logistic regression were used for data analysis. 

Results: Emotional exhaustion was low in (%51.4) and it was moderate to high in (%48.6), depersonalization was low in (%94.2) and it was moderate to high in (%5/8), reduced accomplishment was low in %33/9 and it was moderate to high in (%66.1). There was positive correlation between dialysis unit and depersonalization and a negative correlation was shown between age and depersonalization.

Conclusion: Findings indicated that nursing managers can increase organizational support and prevent nursing burnout to make high level of nursing care and job satisfaction.

Key words: Nursing Staff , Hospital, Burnout, Profession

1-Nursing Education (medical-surgical)

2-Nursing Education (management), Faculty member of Guilan University of Medical Sciences

3-Nursing Education, Assistant professor, Faculty member of Guilan University of Medical Sciences

4-Bio-statistics, Assistant professor, Faculty member of Guilan University of Medical Sciences

Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2014/08/3 | Accepted: 2014/08/3 | Published: 2014/08/3

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