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Additionalnursesworking morethan 40 hoursper weekincreased therisk of causingincidents topatients by46%.nosocomialinfections andmedication errors.RecommendationsWorkingenvironmentswithprecariousworkingconditions andexcessiveworkloads ofnursingprofessionalsare consideredhighcontributingfactors to thestress andburnout ofnursingprofessionals. Thus, it isessential topromotepositiveRecommendations thatmanagingburnout may bean effectivemeans ofimprovingaffective andnormativeprofessionals’commitment totheir patients.Additionally,this studyrecommendsthatinternationalnurse managersapplysuggestions tomanage burnoutof their nursingstaff.Recommendationsthat nurses,physicians, nursingleaders andexecutives shareresponsibility tocreate anenvironment thatsupportsinterdisciplinaryteam development.Results highlight theimportance of therelationship betweenhealth care workers’feelings of burnout,coping withunfavorable assessedpracticeenvironments, andthe resulting joboutcomes, as well asRecommendations toimproving the workenvironment fornurses may lead tolower levels of jobdissatisfaction,intention to leave, andburnout. Focusing on thesenurse outcomes can beused as a strategy toretain nurses in thehealthcare system.Addressing thechallenges to poorwork environmentsrequires coordinatedaction from policymakers and healthmanagers.
LITERATURE EVALUATION 13workingenvironmentsand workingconditions topreventconsequencesto nursingprofessionalsand patient’ssafety.Additionalresearch isadvised tofurtherevaluating anddefiningburnout amonghealthcareprofessionals.the quality of care.Additional,recommendations formore researchedaimed at the level ofhealthcare teams aswell as the individualmembers.Explanation of How the Article Supports EBP/CapstoneDetailedliteraturereview studyis comparativeto otherfindings thatsupport theEBP, andshowscorrelationbetweenunhealthyworkingenvironmentsand negativenursing andpatientoutcomes.This studycontinues toprovideanalytical toolsin theevaluation ofthe effects ofburnout tonurses workingin hospital-based facilities.This study showedthat nurse workcharacteristics suchas workload, decisionlatitude, and socialcapital also have animpact on joboutcomes and qualityof care variables.Additionally, theyconfirm the linkbetween nursingburnout and joboutcomes, quality ofcare and patientsatisfaction. There is strongevidence that thenurse workenvironment is asignificant featurecontributing to nurseretention in this study,which supports thecommon theme ofnurse burnout, andpatient outcomes.References
LITERATURE EVALUATION 14Chang, H.-Y., Shyu, Y.-I. L., Wong, M.-K., Chu, T.-L., Lo, Y.-Y., & Teng, C.-I. (2016). How doesburnout 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. -2016-0194Hall, 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.