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|Alternative Title||tatus of job burnout in clinical nurses in a grade A tertiary hospital and related influencing factors|
|叶兰英1,2; 樊春雷1; 王利刚1; 陶婷1; 高文斌1; 李玉红3|
Objective To investigate the currentstatus of job burnout in clinical nurses in a grade A tertiary hospitalin Shaoxing, China and related itffluencing factors. Methods In October 2016, the Nursing Burnout Scale (NBS) was used for the investigation of 304 clinical nurses in a grade A tertiary hospital. The contents of the investigation included general data(including age, education background, working years, marital status, frequency of night shifts, professional title, and way of employment), characteristics of working environment, burnout, personality characteristics, coping strategy, and psychosomatic symptoms. SPSS 18.0 was used to conduct Pearson correlation analysis of the scores of each dimension of NBS. A multivariate regression analysis was performed with the demographic features of clinical nurses as the independent variable and the scores of each dimension of NBS as the dependent variable. Results Among the clinical nurses in this grade A tertiary hospital, the incidence rate of severe burnout was 74%. The Pearson correlation analysis showed that burnout, pessimistic personality, negative coping, and psychosomatic symptoms were positively correlated with working environment(r=0.530, 0.316, 0.116, and 0.502) ; pessimistic personality and psychosomatic symptoms were positively correlated with burnout (r=0.618 and 0.675) ; psychosomatic symptoms were positively correlated withpessimistic personality (r=0.540) ; negative coping was negatively correlated with pessimistic personality (r=-0.145). The multivariate linear regression analysis showed that department (Department of Internal Medicine or Department of Surgery, B=-0.364 and -0.428) and frequency of night shifts (〈6 times/month and 6-10 times/month, B=0.199 and 0.256) were influencing factors for the score of working environment; department (Department of Internal Medicine or Department of Surgery, B=-0.350 and -0.360) was an influencing factor for the score of burnout; 1-3 working years (B=-0.238) was an influencing factor for the score of pessimistic personality; married state, 1-3 working years, and department (Department of Internal Medicine or Department of Surgery) were influencing factors for the score of psychosomatic symptoms (B=0.263, -0.301, -0.322, and -0.391 ). Conclusion There is a high incidence rate Of job burnout among clinical nurses in this grade A tertiary hospital, which is associated with burnout, working environment, pessimistic personality, and psychosomatic symptoms. Marital status, working years, department, and frequency of night shifts are major influencing factors for job burnout.
|Keyword||护士 职业倦怠 影响因素|
|First Author Affilication||Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences|
|叶兰英,樊春雷,王利刚,等. 某三甲综合医院临床护士职业倦怠现状及影响因素分析[J]. 中华劳动卫生职业病杂志,2017,35(10):共5页.|
|MLA||叶兰英,et al."某三甲综合医院临床护士职业倦怠现状及影响因素分析".中华劳动卫生职业病杂志 35.10(2017):共5页.|
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