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Nurse burnout and the working environment

09 September 2011

Emergency Nurse

A&S Science

Aim This article examines levels of burnout experienced by emergency nurses and the characteristics of their work environment to determine if there is a relationship...

Nurse burnout and the working environment

01 September 2011

Emergency Nurse

Research

Aim This article examines levels of burnout experienced by emergency nurses and the characteristics of their work environment to determine if there is a relationship...

How Schwartz rounds can be used to combat compassion fatigue

01 July 2013

Nursing Management

Art & Science

Hospice nurses were the first to have some of their experiences described as ‘compassion fatigue’ but this term can now be applied to all nursing staff in clinical...

Stress in emergency departments: experiences of nurses and doctors

05 July 2011

Emergency Nurse

Feature

The effects of stressful incidents on emergency department (ED) staff can be profound. Witnessing aggression, violence or the death of patients, or participating in...

Psychological support for nurses on paediatric intensive care units

29 October 2011

Nursing Children and Young People

General

Nurses on paediatric intensive care units (PICUs) are particularly vulnerable to emotional exhaustion and burnout due to critical incidents in the workplace. This...

Evaluation of organisational culture and nurse burnout

01 October 2013

Nursing Management

Art & Science

A survey of nurses working with older adults across three NHS trusts was conducted to explore how perceptions of the workplace affect nurse wellbeing. Standardised...

Measuring levels of burnout among care workers

07 October 2010

Learning Disability Practice

Feature

Aim To investigate whether staff caring for people with learning and communication disabilities experience feelings of emotional exhaustion or lack of achievement or...

Burnout: the experiences of nurses who work in inner city areas

01 October 2013

Mental Health Practice

Art & Science

Mental health nursing is an inherently stressful profession that can place significant burdens on practitioners, which in turn can cause burnout. This article...

What keeps nurses happy? Implications for workforce well-being strategies

22 March 2018

Nursing Management

Evidence & practice

Aim The aim of this article is to present selected findings from a doctoral study on the subjective well-being and subjective experience of mental health problems in...

Interpersonal behaviour in relation to burnout

25 November 2015

Nursing Management

Art & Science

Organisational and work-related challenges faced by midwives make them vulnerable to burnout, but individual factors, such as interpersonal behaviour, can also...