Additional nurses working more than 40 hours per week

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Additional nurses working more than 40 hours per week increased the risk of causing incidents to patients by 46%. nosocomial infections and medication errors. Recomme ndations Working environments with precarious working conditions and excessive workloads of nursing professionals are considered high contributing factors to the stress and burnout of nursing professionals. Thus, it is essential to promote positive Recommendatio ns that managing burnout may be an effective means of improving affective and normative professionals’ commitment to their patients. Additionally, this study recommends that international nurse managers apply suggestions to manage burnout of their nursing staff. Recommendations that nurses, physicians, nursing leaders and executives share responsibility to create an environment that supports interdisciplinary team development. Results highlight the importance of the relationship between health care workers’ feelings of burnout, coping with unfavorable assessed practice environments, and the resulting job outcomes, as well as Recommendations to improving the work environment for nurses may lead to lower levels of job dissatisfaction, intention to leave, and burnout. Focusing on these nurse outcomes can be used as a strategy to retain nurses in the healthcare system. Addressing the challenges to poor work environments requires coordinated action from policy makers and health managers.
LITERATURE EVALUATION 13 working environments and working conditions to prevent consequences to nursing professionals and patient’s safety. Additional research is advised to further evaluating and defining burnout among healthcare professionals. the quality of care. Additional, recommendations for more researched aimed at the level of healthcare teams as well as the individual members. Explanati on of How the Article Supports EBP/Cap stone Detailed literature review study is comparative to other findings that support the EBP, and shows correlation between unhealthy working environments and negative nursing and patient outcomes. This study continues to provide analytical tools in the evaluation of the effects of burnout to nurses working in hospital- based facilities. This study showed that nurse work characteristics such as workload, decision latitude, and social capital also have an impact on job outcomes and quality of care variables. Additionally, they confirm the link between nursing burnout and job outcomes, quality of care and patient satisfaction. There is strong evidence that the nurse work environment is a significant feature contributing to nurse retention in this study, which supports the common theme of nurse burnout, and patient outcomes. References
LITERATURE EVALUATION 14 Chang, H.-Y., Shyu, Y.-I. L., Wong, M.-K., Chu, T.-L., Lo, Y.-Y., & Teng, C.-I. (2016). How does burnout impact the three components of nursing professional commitment? SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF CARING SCIENCES, 31 (4), 1003–1011. Filgueira Martins Rodrigues, C. C., Pereira Santos, V. E., & Sousa, P. (2017). Patient safety and nursing: interface with stress and Burnout Syndrome. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, 70( 5), 1083–1088. - 2016-0194 Hall, L. H., Johnson, J., Watt, I., Tsipa, A., & O'Connor, D. B. (2016). Healthcare Staff Wellbeing, Burnout, and Patient Safety: A Systematic Review. PloS one, 11 (7), e0159015. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0159015. retrieved from Halm, M. (2019). The Influence of Appropriate Staffing and Healthy Work Environments on Patient and Nurse Outcomes.

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