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|Title: ||Work stress, occupational burnout, and depression levels: a clinical study of pediatrics intensive care unit nurses in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||Lin, T.C.;Lin, H.S.;Cheng, S.F.;Wu, L.M.;Ou-Yang, M.C.|
|Contributors: ||輔英科技大學 健康事業管理系|
|Keywords: ||depression;nurses;occupational burnout;paediatric intensive care unit;work stress|
|Issue Date: ||2016-11-23 16:57:24 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: |
This study aimed to examine the relationship between work stress and depression; and investigate the mediating effect of occupational burnout among nurses in paediatric intensive care units.
The relationships among work stress, occupational burnout and depression level have been explored, neither regarding occupational burnout as the mediating role that causes work stress to induce depression nor considering the paediatric intensive care unit context.
A cross-sectional correlational design was conducted.
One hundred and forty-four female paediatric intensive care unit nurses from seven teaching hospitals in southern Taiwan were recruited as the participants. Data were collected by structured questionnaires including individual demographics, the Nurse Stress Checklist, the Occupational Burnout Inventory and the Taiwan Depression Questionnaire.
The results indicated that after controlling for individual demographic variables, the correlations of work stress with occupational burnout, as well as work stress and occupational burnout with depression level were all positive. Furthermore, occupational burnout may exert a partial mediating effect on the relationship between work stress and depression level.
This study provides information about work stress, occupational burnout and depression level, and their correlations, as well as the mediating role of occupational burnout among paediatric intensive care unit nurses.
RELEVANCE TO CLINICAL PRACTICE:
It suggests government departments and hospital administrators when formulating interventions to prevent work stress and occupational burnout. These interventions can subsequently prevent episodes of depression in paediatric intensive care unit nurses, thereby providing patients with a safe and high-quality nursing environment.
|Relation: ||Journal of Clinical Nursing 25(7-8),1120-1130|
|Appears in Collections:||[健康事業管理系] 期刊論文|
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