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Kuruva Mallikarjuna (Symbiosis International University, Pune, India)
Tytuł
To Assess the Perceived Burnout Symptoms and Coping Strategies Among Critical Care Nurses in Selected Hospitals of Pune City with a View to Develop an Information Booklet on Burnout Management
Źródło
Journal of Health Policy and Outcomes Research, 2017, nr 1, s. 48-58, tab., bibliogr. 9 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Wypalenie zawodowe, Służba zdrowia, Praca, Współczynnik korelacji rang Spearmana
Professional burnout, Health service, Labour, Spearman's rank correlation coefficient
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Abstrakt
Burnout is a form of chronic stress related to one's job. The study aims to identify the association between the selected demographic variables of the samples and the perceived symptoms of burnout of critical care nurses, to find correlations between the symptoms of burnout and coping strategies. A Descriptive Research Design with Survey approach and Cluster Sampling Technique is used to select a sample(n=60). Tool was developed in 3 sections which includes Demographic variables, Structured Self report Questionnaire on Perceived symptoms of burnout and Self Structred Questionnaire on Coping Strategies. Reliability of Tool calculated by Chronbach's Alpha mehtod using SPSS and reliability found to be 0.931 for Structured Self report Questionnaire on Perceived symptoms of burnout, Reliability 0.801 for Self Structred Questionnaire on Coping Strategies. The sample consists of 68.3% of age group 23-26 years, and 78.3% Unmarried. Only 2% of respondents were suffering from severe burnout, 50% of respondents with moderate burnout and 46.7% mild burnout. only 3.3% respondents were having poor coping strategies and 46.7% of respondents showd good coping strategies and 50% of respondents shown excellent coping strategies. Conclusion of the study is the Perception of burnout symptoms was inversely proportional to the level of coping strategies as its very clear that as the coping levels of the respondents increases, the perception of burnout symptoms was decreased. There was significant association between burnout and education, coping and working area, burnout scores and education. Using non parametric method Spearman Rho, found that 48.4% negative correlation between burnont and coping variable which is at 5% level of significance. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2299-1247
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7365/JHPOR.2017.1.6
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