Analysis the question and objective for this study

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Analysis The question and objective for this study was based on the PCCmnemoni c (Population; Concept and Context) for this particular study the population was nursing professionals, the concept was stress, burnout and the context was Hospital environment. Searches were conducted utilizing inclusion criteria: scientific productions available in full text on the themes of stress and This study used regression analyses via SPSS 17.0 was used to test the hypothesis, independent variables of emotional exhaustion, depersonalizatio n and personal achievement. Control variables were gender, education, nursing experience, skill level and workload. Descriptive statistics and intra-class correlation coefficients were examined. Multilevel modeling was used to investigate the unit-level effects of nurse practice environment, nurse work characteristics and burnout on nurse-reported job outcomes, quality of care and patient safety. SPSS 20.0 software was used for descriptive analysis. Logistical regression models assessed the association between work environment and nurse-reported job dissatisfaction, burnout and intent to leave. Descriptive statistics were computed ono demographic variables. Unadjusted and adjusted logistic regressions were accounted for and used to predict the relationship between the nurse work environment and job dissatisfaction, burnout and intention to leave. Stata Statistical software version 10.1 was used to analyze the data.
LITERATURE EVALUATION 11 Burnout Syndrome in nursing professionals and their interface with patient safety, exclusions applied for those not addressing the relevance of the scope of this study as well as duplicate studies. Key Findings Evidence that prolonged working hours added to high workloads results in professionals’ symptoms of fatigue and physical and mental exhaustion, which causes negative consequences to the care provided for patients. Theme resulted from studies showing that nurses working throughout 12 hours or more in care were three times Findings from this study supports other previously documented findings that burnout was related to components of nursing professional’s commitment to their patients. Also, that a decreased level of burnout should be related to a high level of affective professional commitment. Results suggested a stable nurse work force, with the capability to achieve superior quality and patient safety outcomes, is associated with unit- level favorable perceptions of nurse working environments factors, workload, decision latitude and social capitol, as well as lower levels of burnout. Perceived nurse practice environments and feelings of burnout predicted also adverse patient outcomes such as patients and family’s complaints, verbal abuse, patient falls, Findings showed that nurses working in hospitals with better work environments had significantly less job dissatisfaction, intention to leave and burnout. Results are consistent with findings from previous studies conducted in the same area, Job dissatisfaction, burnout an intention to leave are important nurse workforce factors given their impact on patient care and patient safety.
LITERATURE EVALUATION 12 more likely to make a mistake during assistance compared to those who performed their activities in an 8.5 hour per day average shift.

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