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Running Head: RESEARCH CRITIQUES AND PICOT STATEMENT FINAL DRAFTResearch Critiques And Picot Statement Final DraftKerry-Ann Brissett-SmellieGrand Canyon University - HLT - 362VApril 12, 20201
RESEARCH CRITIQUES AND PICOT STATEMENT FINAL DRAFTGlobally most of the nurses are experiencing fatigue due to the essence or complexity of the job. Nurses also experience issues such as high psychological disorder, emotional distress and physical pain as a result of the complicated work needed to be done daily with limited resources and shortage of staff. Poor performance can be encountered by the nursing profession due to the cause and effect of nurse burnout. Chronic work-related stress, work overload, poor remuneration, low staffing and conflicting interpersonal relationships for the nurses has a considerable effect on the nursing profession. This paper will attempt to explain the association allying the PICOT question, the research articles previously analyzed and the established nursing practice problem with the use of the “Research Critiques and PICOT Guidelines - Final Draft”. Applicable elements and subsistence description will be utilized in proposing evidence-based practice changes.Burnout is a “state of emotional and physical exhaustion caused by a prolonged period of stress and frustration; an inevitable corporate condition characterized by frequent displays of unprofessionalbehavior, a blitherefusal to do any work, and most important, a distinct aura of notliterally caring enough to take action”(Urban Dictionary, 2010).BackgroundThe selected articles investigated the personal and organizational factors that speed upor counterpoisethe development of burnout and establishment of coping strategies for individuals and institutional interventions to mitigate this challenge. The first article was a systematic review by Cooper et al. (2016), which investigated the individual and organizational triggersand buffers to the development of burnout in healthcare aides workingin long-term care facilities. Regarding interventions as buffers, authors explicate individual and organizational factors that offer support in countering burnouts amongst healthcare aides.The second article was a systematic review by Henry (2014) investigating the nature and effectiveness of interventions employed by healthcare organizations to mitigate nursing 2
RESEARCH CRITIQUES AND PICOT STATEMENT FINAL DRAFTstaff burnout. The third article was a qualitative study by da Silva, Sanchez, Mambrini, and de Olivera (2019) investigating the role of career adaptability, occupational commitment, application of coping strategies, and perceived job opportunities in the development and amelioration of burnout. The final article was a cross-sectional study by Manomenidis et al.

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