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Title:Delovne zahteve in viri v povezavi z izgorelostjo med medicinskimi sestrami na oddelkih intenzivne medicine
Authors:Pehnec, Ana (Author)
Tement, Sara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Pehnec_Ana_2019.pdf (1,52 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Izgorelost je pojav s številnimi negativnimi posledicami tako na individualnem nivoju kot na nivoju organizacije. Prisotna je v številnih poklicih, v zdravstvu in na oddelkih z zelo bolnimi, je lahko izgoreli posameznik veliko tveganje. Namen te naloge je zato proučiti izgorelost na medicinskih sestrah, ki delajo na oddelkih intenzivne medicine, ter dejavnike, ki so povezani z izgorelostjo, s tem pa podati smernice ustreznega preoblikovanja delovnega procesa. V analizo smo vključili nekatere demografske značilnosti (npr. spol, starost, izobrazba, delovna doba, oblika zaposlitvene pogodbe, vodilni položaj, krajši delovni čas, izmensko delo, število opravljenih delovnih ur v dnevu in tednu, število dni od zadnjega prostega dne) ter delovne zahteve in vire. Vprašalnik delovnih zahtev in virov smo po fokusnih skupinah, v katerih je sodelovalo 16 udeleženk, ustrezno priredili za točno specifično poklicno skupino, na kateri so bile opravljene analize. Naš vzorec je sestavljalo 126 medicinskih sester, ki so zaposlene na oddelkih intenzivne medicine v Sloveniji. Opravili smo več multiplih regresij in ugotovili, da sta najpomembnejša napovednika izgorelosti čustvene in kvalitativne zahteve. Dodatne analize so pokazale, da opora zdravnikov pomembno zmanjšuje izčrpanost pri medicinskih sestrah, medtem ko avtonomija pomembno zmanjšuje oslabljen kognitivni nadzor.
Keywords:izgorelost, delovne zahteve in delovni viri, medicinske sestre, oddelki intenzivne medicine, BAT vprašalnik
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[A. Pehnec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:159.944.4:614.253.5(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24692488 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:VJVFHIBL
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Licensing start date:26.06.2019

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Language:English
Title:The link of job demands and resources with burnout among nurses in intensive care units
Abstract:Burnout is a phenomenon with many negative consequences, both at the individual and organizational level. It is present in many occupations, but in the health care, where life and death decisions are taken, a burned out individual presents even greater risk. The purpose of this study is therefore to gain insight into a burnout on nurses working in intensive care units and to examine the factors associated with burnout, thus providing guidance on how to appropriately transform working process. In our analysis we include some demographic characteristics (gender, age, education, working age, form of employment contract, leading position, shorter working hours, shift work, number of hours worked per day and week, number of days from the last day off) and job demands and resources. We edited questionnaire of job demands and resources for the specific professional group according to the focus groups, in which 16 participants took part. Our sample consisted of 126 nurses working in intensive care units in hospitals in Slovenia. We carried out several multiple regressions and found that the most important predictor of burnout are emotional and qualitative demands. Additional analyzes have shown that doctor’s support significantly reduces the exhaustion of nurses, while autonomy significantly reduces impaired cognitive control.
Keywords:burnout, job demands and resources, nurses, intensive care units, BAT questionnaire


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