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MILESTONE THREE -ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Milestone Three: Annotated Bibliography Jacqueline Blount Southern New Hampshire University NUR-440-J3332 Research & Evidence-Based Practice Ms. Strouse, MSN, RNJanuary 26, 2020
MILESTONE THREE - ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 PICO (T) Question: Are nurses that work in environments where they do not receive adequate support or trainings or have to work with inadequate staffing ratios at an increased risk of developing nurse burnout compared to nurses that receive adequate training, support and work with adequate staffing ratios and are there other aggravating factors present in a nurse developingburnout? Annotated BibliographyBakhamis, L., Paul III, D. P., Smith, H., & Coustasse, A. (2019). Still an epidemic: The burnout syndrome in hospital registered nurses. Health Care Manager, 38(1), 3–10. -org.ezproxy.snhu.edu/10.1097/HCM.0000000000000243The subject of this article was addressing burnout syndrome in registered nurses in hospital settings.This article looks at the causes and consequences of nurse burn-out. In this article, nurse burnout refers to a state of emotional exhaustion that can make an individual feel overwhelmed by work, to the point that they feel fatigued leaving them unable to face the demands on the job and effecting their ability to engage with others (Bakhamis et al., 2019). The research for this article was attained in a qualitative study literature review in which 53 articles , original articles, reviews , and research studies using primary and secondary data were reviewed , of these 43 were included in this article. All articles reviewed in this article were chosen from the electronic databases of PubMed, Academic Search Premier, ProQuest, EBSCO Host, CINAHL, and Google Scholar (Bakhamis et al., 2019).This article supports the original PICO(T) question in noting that there is a direct correlation between nurse burnout and nurse turnover and nurse-to-patient ratios that create workload increases which contributes to burnout.
MILESTONE THREE - ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 Flanders, S., Hampton, D., Missi, P., Ipsan, C., & Gruebbel, C. (2020). Effectiveness of a staff resilience program in a pediatric intensive care unit. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 50, 1–4. The focus of this article is compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress which includes nurse burnout, the project was to evaluate the impact of a staff resilience program on nursing turnover, employee engagement and compassion satisfaction among nurses in a PICU. A retrospective pre-test and post-test design was used in this study. Different resilience strategies used were formal and informal debriefing, art, music and pet therapy. Formal debriefings were held bi-annually, informal debriefings were held every other month. Music and art therapy were offered every other month and pet therapywas provided every week. Other team building activities were held throughout the course of the study. Data was collected electronically by means of a staff survey and from the human resource department. Data from this study was compared against the previous