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had a weak negative correlation with age, martial status, educational qualifications, and years of experience (Mohamed, 2016). These results may be due to the nurses interviewed are young and limited to the amount of experience. Role overload had a positive impact with coping strategies and problem solving,In article 2, Predictors of Burnout, Work Engagement and Nurse Reported Job Outcomes and Quality of Care: A Mixed Method, results showed that nurses reported job outcomes and quality of care had variances of burnout were 63%. Nurse management at the unit level had major impact on outcome variables with explained variances between 25% and 36% and workload also had an impact between 12% and 13%, personal accomplishment and depersonalization had an explained variance on job outcomes between 20% and 23%. (Van Bogaert etl al., 2017). The thematic analysis revealed topics such as: organization of daily practices and work conditions, interdisciplinary collaboration, and communication and teamwork(Van Bogaert etl al., 2017). The qualitative study confirmed that burnout has an impact on job outcomes and quality of care. It also identified what workload was acceptable and not acceptablefor nurses to be able to meet patients’ physical as well as emotional needs sufficiently. Prolongedand high stressful workload resulted with nurses having a negative impact in their quality of care such as: fatigue, headache, decrease in efficacy, causing nurses to be vulnerable to diseases, lack
5Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerationsof motivations, sense of frustration and sadness (Van Bogaert etl al., 2017). These not only affectthe nurse but also the team on the unit. Ethical Consideration Prior to obtaining research, consent must be approved from the ethical committees. In article 1, Relationship Among Nurses Role Overload, Burnout, and Managerial Coping Strategies at Intensive Care Units A Qualitative Study, an official permission was obtained from the hospital director and each Intensive Care Unit. All participants provided an oral consent to participate andwere informed of their rights to participate, refuse, or withdraw at any time with total confidentiality (Mohamed, 2016). In article 2, Predictors of Burnout, Work Engagement and Nurse Reported Job Outcomes and Quality of Care: A Mixed Method Study, the institutional review board of each study hospital approved the qualitative study and a qualified ethics review committee approved the qualitative study as well (Van Bogaert et al., 2017).