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Park, Jang, and Choi: Affecting Factors of Nurses' Burnout in Secondary General Hospitals

Abstract

Purpose

This study was conducted to identify factors affecting nurses' burnout in secondary general hospitals.

Methods

Data were collected through structured questionnaires from 241 nurses working at the secondary general hospitals with below 400 beds in the P, C, and S city between April and May, 2009. Data analysis was done with independent t test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation coefficient, and multiple stepwise multiple regression with SPSS WIN v 17.0.

Results

Burnout was significantly different according to religion, age, clinical experiences, and shift work. Burnout score of the subjects was 58/100. Burnout of the subjects were positively correlated with job stress and negatively correlated with hardness, self efficiency, self esteem, spiritual wellbeing, social support, and job satisfaction. The explained variances for burnout was 51.8% and factors affecting nurses' burnout in secondary general hospitals were job stress, hardness, self efficiency, job satisfaction and shift work.

Conclusion

These results showed the significant factors fo nurses' burnout in secondary general hospitals. These findings can be utilized to development of strategies for reducing job stress and enhancing hardness, self efficiency and job satisfaction.

Figures and Tables

Table 1
General Characteristics of Subjects (N=241)
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BSN = Bachelorof Science in Nursing

Table 2
Mean of Psycho-Personality, Occupational Characteristics and Burnout (N=241)
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Table 3
Psycho-personality, Occupational characteristics and Burnout by General characteristics (N=241)
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BSN = Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Table 4
Correlation between the Psycho-Personality, Occupational Characteristics and Burnout (N=241)
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*p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001

Table 5
Factors Affecting Burnout in Participants (N=241)
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*Dummy Coded: Shift work: 3 Shift=1, Fixed=0

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