Determinants and prevalence of burnout in emergency nurses: A systematic review.
posted by WM Admin on 14 November 2014
This systematic review investigated the prevalence of burnout in emergency nurses and specific (individual and work related) determinants of burnout in this population.
Seventeen studies were included in this review. "On average 26% of the emergency nurses suffered from burnout. Individual factors such as demographic variables, personality characteristics and coping strategies were predictive of burnout. Work related factors such as exposure to traumatic events, job characteristics and organizational variables were also found to be determinants of burnout in this population". The authors discuss the implications of these findings.
To read the full abstract, and for information on how to access the full text, go to: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2014.11.004 or contact your DHB library, or organisational or local library for assistance.
Adriaenssens, J., et al. (2015). Determinants and prevalence of burnout in emergency nurses: A systematic review of 25 years of research. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52(2), 649–661.