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Conclusion As a result, from both articles, workload and burnout had a great correlation in nursing. In Article 1, Relationship Among Nurses Role Overload, Burnout, and Managerial Coping Strategies at Intensive Care Units A Qualitative Study, this study concluded that nurses employedin the ICU reported high burnout. Based on the conclusion the following recommendations were as followed: recognizing the impacts of job-related stress and making use of effective coping methods play a vital role in reducing nurse’s burnout, developing and implementing a training program on managerial coping strategies to assist nursing staff in health service institution, a change in leadership styles, and the importance for nurse managers to recognize passive coping, because this type of coping associates with poor health. (Mohamed, 2016). In article 2, Predictors of Burnout, Work Engagement and Nurse Reported Job Outcomes and Quality of
6Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsCare: A Mixed Method Study, provided an understanding of various impacts on the outcomes. It concluded and recommended a softer work such as decision latitude and social capital and team cohesion gave more insight and knowledge of hard work characteristics workload is essential (Van Bogaert et al., 2017). Both of these articles had a qualitative approach and may have certain limitations due to it being on certain perspective and experience. These limitations have an impact on results but all conclude that burnout results with a negative impact with patient care.
7Rough Draft Qualitative Research Critique and Ethical ConsiderationsResourcesMohamed, F. R. (2016). Relationship among Nurses Role Overload, Burnout and Managerial Coping Strategies at Intensive Care Units. International Journal of Nursing Education, 8(2), 39–45. Ross, J. (2016). The Connection Between Burnout and Patient Safety. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing,31(6), 539-541. doi:10.1016/j.jopan.2016.08.010Van Bogaert, P., Peremans, L., Van Heusden, D., Verspuy, M., Kureckova, V., Van de Cruys, Z., & Franck, E. (2017). Predictors of burnout, work engagement and nurse reported job outcomes and quality of care: A mixed method study.BMC Nursing,18, 1–14. -org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1186/s12912-016-0200-4