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NUR 440 Evidence TableStudy CitationDesignMethodSampleDataCollectionDataAnalysisValidityReliabilityBarnett, M. D., Martin, K. J., &Garza, C. J. (2018). Satisfaction With Work-Family BalanceMediates the Relationship Between Workplace Social Support and Depression Among Hospice Nurses. Journal of Nursing Scholarship,51(2), 187-194. doi:10.1111/jnu.12451A cross sectional study design.The Depression, Anxiety, andStress scale (DASS-21) was used forthis research.N=90Sample of nurses from the southern area of theU.S. who worked in hospitals, hospices, LTC, and Nursing Homes.Female=94.4%Caucasian=64.4%.Partici-pants completed specific online surveys. Analysis includes; ABivariate correlationusing Spearman’s rho, between the variables of interest and descriptivestatistics that were analyzed and used in all additional analysis. As well as a multiple regression analysis, and a boot strapping procedure.Evidencefound forconstructvalidity of work-family balance scale among the acutecare nurses who part-icipated.Evidence for reliability found with higher level of satis-faction in life family balance and it can be replicated.Craigie, M., Osseiran-Moisson, R., Hemsworth, D., Aoun, S., Francis, K., Brown, J., . . . Rees, C. (2015). Supplemental Material for The Influence of Trait-Negative Affect and The study was cross-sectional and used a self-admin-istered question-naire to look at unique relationships, trait-negative affects and compassionThe study was carried out in one metropolitantertiary acute-care hospital in Western Australia and was performed by using a study questionnaire.N=1292 nurses Data collectionwas performed by using a study question-naire.Data analysis was done in a statistical manner and Pearson bivariate correlations were utilized toassess predicted burnout, Validity is evident in this study and is supported by the research,if self-reportingis able tobe considered valid. Reliability is evident inthis study.The sample size is a reasonable number,and indicated what the researchers anticipate
Compassion Satisfaction onCompassion Fatigue in Australian Nurses.Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy,8(1), 88-97. doi:10.1037/tra0000050.suppsatisfaction as it relates to compassionfatigue and the components of secondary traumatic stress and burnout for nurses.compassion fatigue, etc.However, there is no reason tobelieve the info provided by the nurses was less than honest and factual. d the study would show. It can be replicated. Ferri P, Guerra E, Marcheselli L, et al. (2015) Empathy and burnout: An analytic cross-sectional study among nurses and nursing students. Acta Biomed for Health Professionals 86(S2): 104–115.This is an analytic cross-sectional research study that was intended to evaluate the relation-ship between empathy and burnoutin a group of both Nursing students and nurses.