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The Effects of Clinical Practice Stress and Resilience on Nursing Students' Academic Burnout

  • Shin, Sujin;Hwang, Eunhee
    • Korean Medical Education Review
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.115-121
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    • 2020
  • The high degree of academic burnout experienced during academic life indicates that job skill levels during the first year following graduation are low, and the correlation with turnover intention is high. We investigated the effects of clinical practice stress and resilience on nursing students' burnout, and searched for factors that can prevent or control burnout. We recruited a convenience sample of 202 nursing students. Academic burnout, general characteristics, clinical practice stress, and resilience were assessed via self-reported questionnaires. The mean total score of academic burnout was 44.0 points; exhaustion was the highest at 18.5 points, inefficacy was 15.9 points, and cynicism was 9.6 points. High levels of clinical practice stress affected academic burnout (β=0.194, p=0.003), while high resilience was a factor that lowered the degree of academic burnout (β=-0.449, p<0.001). Based on our results, factors affecting students' experiences of academic burnout were clinical practice stress and resilience. We therefore propose the implementation of a new curriculum aimed at increasing satisfaction with the major, reducing clinical practice stress, and increasing resilience, including an efficient peer mentoring program for clinical practice.

The Influence of the Resilience on Burnout of Public Social Worker : Focusing on the Moderating effects of Self-efficacy

  • Lee, Jung-Seo;Kim, Young-Hwan
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.9
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    • pp.157-162
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between resilience, burnout, and self-efficacy of Public Social Workers and to draw implications for effective management of Public Social Workers. In order to accomplish this study purpose, the resilience of Public Social Workers as an independent variable, burnout as a dependent variable of occupational identity, and self-efficacy as a moderating variable were selected. The causal relationship between resilience and burnout and the moderating effect of self-efficacy were analyzed. As a result of the analysis, the resilience of Public Social Workers showed a significant effect on burnout, and the effect of resilience on burnout varied according to self-efficacy, so there was a moderating effect of self-efficacy. Based on the results of this analysis, the theoretical implications and policy implications of this study are suggested.

The Influence of Emotional Labor and Ego-Resilience on Child Care Teachers' Burnout (정서노동 및 자아탄력성이 보육교사의 소진에 주는 영향)

  • Hwang, Hae-Shin
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.48 no.7
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    • pp.23-32
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of the present study was to examine the child care teacher's ego-resilience, emotional labor, and personal characteristics on their burnout. It was expected that the child care teachers would feel less burnout if they have higher ego-resilience and lower emotional labor compared to those with lower ego-resilience and higher emotional labor. A survey was administered to 218 child care teachers in Seoul area using Maslach Burnout Inventory, California Personality Inventory, and Emotional Labor Scale. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and multiple regression using SPSS PC program(12.0 version). Major findings were as follows: First, child care teachers' burnout was not so high. Second, teacher's burnout was different depending on their personal factors such as age, marriage, and income. Last, child care teachers' burnout was explained by their emotional labor and egoresilience.

Impact of Response to Violence and Resilience to Burnout in Emergency Department Nurses (응급실 간호사의 폭력경험에 대한 반응, 회복탄력성이 소진에 미치는 영향)

  • Hwang, Su Yeon;Han, Ji Young
    • Journal of Korean Clinical Nursing Research
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.303-312
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    • 2018
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between response to violence, resilience and burnout and to investigate the factors that affect burnout in emergency room nurses. Methods: Data from 237 nurses in 15 emergency rooms were collected using a structured questionnaire. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23.0, and the analyses included descriptive statistics, t-test, Mann-Whitney test, ANOVA, Kruskall Wallis test, Pearson correlation, and hierarchical multiple regression. Results: Burnout was positively correlated with response to violence and negatively correlated with resilience in emergency room nurses. Response to violence (${\beta}=.466$, p<.001), resilience (${\beta}=-.308$, p<.001), and religion (${\beta}=-.131$, p=.011) were significant predictors of burnout, and they explained 39.9% of emergency room nurses' burnout. Conclusion: Response to violence and resilience were identified as significant factors affecting burnout in emergency room nurses. Therefore, it is necessary to develop strategies to cope effectively with violence and to develop programs that can strengthen resilience.

Moderating Effects of the Childcare Teacher's Ego-resilience on Relationship between Their Job Satisfaction and Burnout (보육교사의 직무만족도와 소진과의 관계에 대한 자아탄력성의 중재효과)

  • Lee, Jeung-Hee;Cho, Song-Yon
    • The Korean Journal of Community Living Science
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.559-570
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    • 2009
  • This study was to investigate the moderating effects of the childcare teacher‘s egoresilience on the relationship between their job satisfaction and burnout. The participants were 336 childcare teachers from Chungnam-do and Daejeon Metropolitan City. The research instruments were the Job Satisfaction Scale modified from Bently and Remple 1970), the Ego-resilience Scale from Park(1996) with CPI and CAQ correction, and Maslach Burnout Inventory from Maslash and Jackson(1981). SPSS PC program(17.0) was used for productive correlation, stepwise multiple regression and reliability by Cronbach's as data analysis. The results were as follows. Firstly, the childcare teacher’s job satisfaction and ego-resilience level were above average (M=3.37, 3.58 each), while their burnout level was below average(M=2.57). Secondly, there was a negative correlation between their job satisfaction and burnout(r=-.51), while a positive correlation was between their job satisfaction and ego-resilience(r=.34). Thirdly, the burnout and ego-resilience against job satisfaction explained 28.1%. The optimistic attitude of the childcare teacher‘s ego- resilience was shown to moderate the effects on the relationship between their burnout and job satisfaction.

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A Study of New Nurses' Resilience, Job Stress and Burnout (신입간호사의 회복탄력성, 직무스트레스 및 소진)

  • Park, Jung Ok;Lee, Mi Jung;Kim, Kyung Ja;Jang, Bong Hee;Yoo, Moon Sook
    • Journal of Korean Academic Society of Home Health Care Nursing
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.124-132
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: The purpose of the present study was to identify correlations between resilience, job stress, and burnout in new nurses. Methods: The participants were recruited from a university hospital. All participants (N=87) were new nurses whose clinical experience was 12 month and less. We gathered data regarding demographics, resilience, job stress, and the incidence of burnout among the nurses using structured questionnaires. We analyzed the data using t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation, coefficien and multiple regression analyses. Results: Resilience of the nurses was negatively correlated with job stress (r=-.377, p<.001) and burnout (r=-.568, p<.001), while job stress was positively correlated with burnout (r=.511, p<.001). Resilience and job stress explained 42.5% of the variance in nurses' burnout ($R^2$=.425, F=37.071, p<.001). Conclusion: These results of the present study indicate that the management programs to address job stress and resilience for new nurses should be needed to reduce the burnout among them.

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Effects of Resilience on Work Engagement and Burnout of Clinical Nurses (임상간호사의 회복탄력성이 직무열의와 소진에 미치는 영향)

  • Moon, Inn Oh;Park, Sook Kyoung;Jung, Jung Mi
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.525-535
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze factors affecting work engagement and burnout among clinical nurses according to resilience. Methods: The study design was a descriptive survey and questionnaires were collected from 182 clinical nurses who worked in hospitals in "J" province. Data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent t-test, one-way ANOVA, Scheff$\acute{e}$ test, Pearson correlation, and hierarchical multiple regressions. Results: The mean score of resilience, work engagement, burnout were $3.47{\pm}0.38$, $4.29{\pm}0.98$, $2.25{\pm}0.82$ respectively. Resilience had 26.3% of the influence on work engagement and 50.5% of the influence on burnout. Sub-variables of causal analysis and empathy of resilience were statistically useful as factors influencing burnout. Conclusion: Resilience has been identified as a factor affecting work engagement and burnout. Therefore, nursing departments and nurse managers should strive to develop programs for the promotion of resilience.

The Effect of Workers's Burnout Resilience on Burnout in Community Welfare Centers for the Elderly (소진탄력성이 노인복지관종사자들의 소진에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Nam-Sook
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.7
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    • pp.401-409
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to suggest some implications for prevention and manage burnout of workers in community welfare centers for the elderly. To conduct this purpose, this study examine how much effect burnout risk, burnout resilience and burnout are they have, it will explain whether resilience works to mediate between burnout risk and burnout. The result of analysis on the study as follow: 1) burnout risk has positive(+) effects on burnout 2) burnout risk has negative(-) effects on burnout resilience 3) burnout resilience has negative (-) effects on burnout. These results were based on some suggestions.

Association of Violent Experience and Resilience with Burnout in Emergency Medical Technicians (119구급대원의 폭력경험과 탄력성이 소진에 미치는 영향)

  • Jang, Tae-Un;Lee, Myung Kyung
    • Korean Journal of Occupational Health Nursing
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    • v.26 no.4
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    • pp.227-235
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: This descriptive correlational study investigated the effects of violent experience and resilience on burnout in emergency medical technicians (EMTs). Methods: The participants were 160 EMTs working in fire stations (safety center and local center) located in U, B, and D city. The collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, independent t-test, ANOVA, $Scheff{\acute{e}}$ test post-hoc analysis, Pearson correlation coefficients, and multiple regression analysis using IBM SPSS Statistics 20.0. Results: The number of EMTs getting into ambulances was significantly associated with violent experience, resilience, and burnout. Position of EMTs was significantly associated with both resilience and burnout. In the multiple regression analysis, the subscales of durability and optimism in resilience were significantly associated with burnout after controlling for confounding variables. Conclusion: This study indicated that improving durability and optimism in resilience was important to cope with experience of violence and to prevent burnout in EMTs.

Influence of the Job Stress, Resilience, and Professional Identity on Burnout in Operation Room Nurses (수술실 간호사의 직무스트레스, 회복탄력성, 전문직 정체성이 소진에 미치는 영향)

  • Lim, Eun Jin;Lee, Yun Mi
    • Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.31-40
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    • 2017
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the factors influencing on burnout in operating room nurses. Methods: Using a cross-sectional design, a total of 109 operating room nurses working at 7 general hospitals with 300 beds or more in B city were analyzed. The instruments used for this study assessed job stress, resilience, professional identity, and burnout. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, a t-test, an ANOVA, a Pearson's correlation coefficient and a multiple regression analysis. Results: There was a statistically significant correlation between burnout and job stress (r=.53, p<.001), resilience (r=-.59, p<.001), and professional identity (r=-.47, p<.001). The factors influencing burnout include job stress (${\beta}=.27$, p<.001), resilience(${\beta}=-.37$, p<.001), dissatisfaction with the nursing job (${\beta}=.32$, p<.001), and moderate satisfaction with the nursing job (${\beta}=.19$, p=.014), and the explanatory power was 53.0%. Conclusions: The results suggest that intervention to reduce job stress and to improve resilience, which were the factors influencing burnout in operating room nurses, is necessary.

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