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Chuang, Tseng, Lin, Lin, & Chen, (2016) discussed how burnout affects nurses’ well-being and the quality of professional care in their article Burnout in the intensive care unit professionals: A systematic review.A framework of this study is based on a qualitative method asresources such as PubMed and Medline were systematically analyzed to identify prevalence of burnout in an intensive care unit. The purposes of this research were to determine the prevalence of burnout in the ICU setting and to identify factors associated with burnout in ICU professionals(Chuang et al., 2016). The sample used in this study was articles published between 1996 and 2016. Two reviewers evaluated the abstracts identified using the search criteria prior to full text review. Studies were required to have employed an observational study design and examined the associations between any risk factors and burnout in the ICU setting (Chuang et al., 2016).. In this study several factors were reported to be associated with burnout such as age, sex, marital status, personality traits, work experience in an ICU, work environment, workload and shift work, ethical issues, and end-of-life decision-making.
RESEARCH PROPOSAL LITERATURE REVIEW 4Thomas, Bantz, & McIntosh, (2019) studied nurses dealing with stressful jobs that causeschronic stress can face negative impacts on their profession in their article, Nurse Faculty Burnout and Strategies to Avoid it. Also, strategies to reduce burnout are discussed in this research. Thomas et al. (2019) used a qualitative research method, utilizing analysis of a case study. The research aimed to prove how to recognize the chronic stress that may lead to nurse faculty burnout, provides a case study for reflection and learning, and offers strategies to reduce and avoid burnout. As date collection, nurses with chronic stress were included. Thomas et al. (2019) discovered that chronic stress can lead to potential burnout. nurse faculty should considerburnout as a domain of research which needs to be explored in depth.Shahzad, Ahmed, & Akram, (2019) conducted a quantitative and qualitative mixed research method to discuss prominent factors that contribute to nurse burnout in the article, Nurses in double trouble: Antecedents of job burnout in nursing profession. This study was designed to demonstrate major causes leading to nurse burnout and find proper improvement methods. To collect data, 103 registered nurses from hospitals in Gujrat city in Pakistan. Mixed method design was used in this study. In the qualitative part of this study, a focus group discussion approach was used to determine the major factors contributing in nurses’ job burnout. The quantitative part was conducted by using a questionnaire based on the theme generated in the qualitative part along with other demographic information (Shahzad et al., 2019). The data was collected from 93 nurses with 90.3% response rate. A key finding of this research was that positive work environment resulted in fewer job-related injuries and few chances of nurse burnout.