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collaboration, communication and teamwork; staff nurse personal characteristics andcompetencies; patient centeredness, quality and patient safety. Respondents' statements
5PICOT QUESTION AND LITERATURE SEARCHcorresponded closely to the models' associations. Conclusion: A deep understanding of variousassociations and impacts on studied outcome variables such as risk factors and protective factorswas gained through the retested models and the interviews with the study participants. Besidesthe work characteristics -- such as decision latitude, social capital and team cohesion-- moreinsight and softer knowledge of the hard work characteristic workload is essentialArticle 6:Prevalence of burnoutsyndrome among nursesin urgency and emergency hospital system.(Qualatative)Rodrigues da Silva Dantas, T., Oliveira Carreiro, B., Figueirêdo da Silva Pascoal, F., NascimentoMoraes, M., Cavalcanti Cordeiro, R., & de Oliveira Ferreira Filha, M. (2014). Prevalence of burnout syndrome among nurses in urgency and emergency hospital system.Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado e Fundamental,6(5), 196–205. -org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.9789/2175-5361.2014.v6i5.196-205Abstract: investigating the prevalence of Burnout among nurses in hospitals of urgency and emergency in the State of Paraiba. Method: this is a descriptive, quantitative, cross-sectional study conducted in six hospitals specialized in urgency and emergency service in the state. The sample consisted of 110 nurses. It was used as instrument the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Data were analyzed with SPSS-Statistical Package for the Social Sciences version 18.0. Results: the results pointed to 65,3% of young people (20-30 years), 54,5% in situations of multiple employment, 49,1% with weekly working hours of 20-44 hours, 82,7% with prevalence of Burnout, being 59,1% in moderate level and 23,6% in severe level. Conclusion: it is concluded that the nurses showed significant levels of illness due to diuturnal contact with work stressors elements. Descriptors: Professional burnout, Nurse- patient relations, Emergency hospitals.
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