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Running Head: Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations Jenilee Berrios Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V July 20, 2019
2 Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations Nursing is a satisfying career were nurses strive to provide that safest care to each patient. In today’s society, nurses are demanded to do more with less resources and less time, work longer hours, staffing concerns, work environment, all these can lead to a stressful environment that will result in burnout. Nurses and other healthcare providers work in stressful environment and encounter various stressful situations. These stressful encounters play a great impact on nurses’ satisfaction with their job, their interaction with patients, and an increase in turnover rate. Nurses have described experiencing burnout as a result of missing or skipping their breaks and meals, which can lead to feelings of emotional exhaustion and depersonalization. The high demand with patients affect the nurse's physical and mental performance, potentially harming the nurse-patient relationship and resulting in a substandard quality of care. Individuals vary on they handle certain stressful events and may be difficult for some. Burnout is considered a syndrome with the components of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment (Ross, 2016) This author will be using two qualitative articles for this paper which are Relationship Among Nurses Role Overload, Burnout, and Managerial Coping Strategies at Intensive Care Units A Qualitative Study and Predictors of Burnout, Work Engagement and Nurse Reported Job Outcomes and Quality of Care: A Mixed Method. Method of Study In article 1: Relationship Among Nurses Role Overload, Burnout, and Managerial Coping Strategies at Intensive Care Units A Qualitative Study, was based on a descriptive design and data was collection began on June 2015 and ended on July 2015. After verbal consent was obtained, data was received from 60 eligible nurses from four Intensive care Units in Assiut University hospital with these units: Causality Intensive Care Unit, General & Postoperative ICU’s, and Coronary Care Unit (CCU) (Mohamed,2016). In this study, 4 tools were used in a
3 Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations questionnaire format for demographic, role overload, managerial coping and burnout. Nurses

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