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patients. These statistics were pulled from a study conducted by NSI Nursing Solutions. 80% RNs complained no time to rest,42% RNs had a severe stress, 45% RNs tired from their job. Patient to Nurse Ratio ,7% decrease in patient’s mortality rates for every additional RN. Out of
232,342 patients, there were 4535 patients died within 30 days from admission with over 8:1 but with 4:1 there were 635 survived patients.Causes and risk factors of burnout syndrome among RNs have been categorized into four major areas: individual, management, organizational, and work characteristics. A clear relationship between high patient to nurse ratio to burnout syndrome was found. The consequences of burnout syndrome were increased turnover rates, poor job performance, and patient safety. (mds.marshall.edu, 2017)Healthy and supportive work environments are imperative to nurses' health, well-being, and satisfaction. Improvements in the workplace can help prevent negative sequelae, as well as improve health outcomes for patients and nurses, decrease nurse turnover, and reduce healthcare expenditures. Implementation of institutional changes such as, creating policies and guidelines orthe development of preventive interventions and psychosocial support for nurses.ReferencesBurnout syndrome in hospital nurses causes and consequences. (2017). Retrieved From: ?referer=;)article=1189&context=mgmt_faculty