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SURVEY OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS EFFECTS ON BURNOUT AMONG NURSES

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 Introduction: Job BURNOUT is one of the most important factors affecting intent to leave among NURSEs and quality of care. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of demographic and organizational variables and also JOB STRESS on BURNOUT among NURSEs.Methods: This cross sectional study was done among 170 randomly selected NURSEs of a hospital in Shahroud. Data were collected using organizational demographic questionnaires, Nursing Stress Scale (NSS) and Maslach BURNOUT Inventory (MBI) questionnaire. The data analysis was performed by Pearson correlation and multiple logistic regression at 0.05 significant level using SPSS version 24. Results: Among the dimensions of occupational stress, conflict with peers and lack of support had the highest (11.79±4.45) and the lowest (3.77±1.64) average respectively. The highest average of BURNOUT was belonged to emotional exhaustion (19.29±9.65). Emotional exhaustion had a significant correlation with lack of support (OR=1.91, CI=1.14-3.18), inadequate preparation (OR=2.01, CI=1.13-3.57) and conflict with physicians (OR=1.64, CI=1.45-1.92). In addition, the depersonalization was positively correlated with death and dying, lack of support and personal accomplishment had a negative and positive association with inadequate preparation and clinical experience.Conclusion: The results of this study showed that improving some aspects of occupational stress, such as conflict with physicians, inadequate preparation, lack of support, death and dying, as well as improvement of shiftwork schedule might reduce perceived BURNOUT.exhaustion had a significant correlation with lack of support (OR=1.91, CI=1.14-3.18), inadequate preparation (OR=2.01, CI=1.13-3.57) and conflict with physicians (OR=1.64, CI=1.45-1.92). In addition, the depersonalization had positively correlated with death and dying, lack of support and personal accomplishment had a negative and positive relation with inadequate preparation and clinical experience.Conclusion: The results of this study showed that improving some aspects of occupational stress, such as conflict with physicians, inadequate preparation, lack of support, death and dying, as well as improvement of shiftwork schedule might reduce perceived BURNOUT.

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