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What are the anticipated outcomes for your PICOT question? How do the outcomes of your chosen articles compare to your anticipated outcomes? In Mohamed’s (2016) study, findings revealed that the implications for hospital policy should include the education and promotion of managerial coping strategies for nurses such as seeking support/ventilation, resigned distancing, problem solving, and passive wishful thinking to manage burnout and role overload. This may be done through the development of a training program on managerial coping strategies. These recommendations differ from current healthcare practice because a formal training program has not been implemented.Putranti, H. R. (2018 research has not revealed the direct effects caused by the decreasing organizational commitment process and increasing organizational commitment caused by independent variables of work-life balance and burnout. Thus, further research is 15
RESEARCH CRITIQUES AND PICOT STATEMENTrequired to find out more data in the process of these effects that are accompanied by time and effect factors.Ethical considerationsThe learning procedure was permitted by the related specialist. Contestants’ oral consensus to contribute was gotten after updating them about their privileges to contribute, garbage, or extract at any time. Total discretion of any found data was ensured. The study movement could not need any injurious properties on contestants.ReferencesFor Qualitative ResearchKaradzinska, B. J., Basarovska, V., Mijakoski, D., Minov, J., Stoleski, S., Angeleska, N., & Atanasovska, A. (2014). Linkages between workplace stressors and quality of care from health professionals’ perspective - Macedonian experience.British Journal of Health Psychology,19(2), 425–441. Retrieved from -com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=95561878&site=eds-live&scope=siteMohamed, F. R. (2016). Relationship among nurses’ role overload, burnout and managerialcoping strategies at intensive care units. International Journal Of Nursing Education, 8(2), 39-45. doi:10.5958/0974-9357.2016.00044.1 -Nursing-Staff-Sample-Content.pdf16
RESEARCH CRITIQUES AND PICOT STATEMENTFor Quantitative ResearchDwi Putranti, H. R. (2018). Organizational Commitment of Hospital Nurses: an Empirical Study on Work-Life Balance and Burnout Management.European Researcher,9(3), 235–248. Berg, G. M., Harshbarger, J. L., Ahlers-Schmidt, C. R., & Lippoldt, D. (n.d.). Exposing Compassion Fatigue and Burnout Syndrome in a Trauma Team: A Qualitative Study.JOURNAL OF TRAUMA NURSING,23(1), 3–10. -org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1097/JTN.000000000000017217