Stress And Burnout In Nursing

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Relationship between staff nurses and nurse managers are particularly important when examining stress and burnout. Numeric rating from a survey of 1,780 RNs indicated that supervisor support and quality of supervision were lowest for nurse managers. 53 handwritten comments from 509 (28.6 percent) of the RNs clarified these ratings by nothing the following problems: (a) inadequate unit leadership and the frequent turnover of nurse mangers, (b) insufficient physical presence of the supervisor on the unit, (c) failure to address problem – too much sweeping them aside or not even being they exit, and (d) modest awareness of numerous staffing issues.
Despite lacking absolute clarity , there is a body of research addressing work stress that spans
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To assess the level of burnout among the staff nurses working in critical care unit.
2. To assess the coping strategies used by staff nurses working in critical care unit.
3. To find out the association between the burnout and coping strategies used by staff nurses working in CCU.
4. To determine the association between the burnout and coping strategies with selected demographic variables of staff nurses working in CCU.

Hypothesis
H1:- there will a significant association between the burnout and coping strategies used by staff working in critical care
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CCUs contain resuscitation and monitoring equipment and are staffed by personnel specialty by personnel specially trained and skilled in recognizing and immediately responding to cardiac and other emergency.
In this study critical care unit is highly equipped, well organized unit to deal with any kind of emergency. The area designed for the treatment of patients with sudden life – threatening conditions.
Scope of the study The study of Burnout & coping strategies adapted by nurses in critical care unit will:
Ø Help the management to consider each employee generational difference of values, belief & opinion that influence his/her work ethics in regards to employee productivity.
Ø Allow the healthcare professional to express emotions & concern without an inappropriate reaction by adapting positive coping strategies.
Ø Help change the attitude and outlook of the nurses.
Ø Create a sense of responsibility in the nurses towards the job responsibilities.
Ø Help in planning for better quality care for their clients.

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