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Job Burnout and Its Related Factors Among Surgical Technologists

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(2022) Job Burnout and Its Related Factors Among Surgical Technologists. Journal of Holistic Nursing and Midwifery. pp. 40-48. ISSN 25883712 (ISSN)

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Abstract

Introduction: Job burnout is a long-term response to job-related emotional and interpersonal stressors. These stressors are associated with individual, interpersonal, and organizational factors. Objective: This study aimed to determine the degree of burnout and its related factors among surgical technologists. Materials and Methods: This analytical cross-sectional study was conducted in hospitals affiliated with the Iran University of Medical Sciences. A total of 125 surgical technologists were recruited by stratified sampling method. The study data were collected using a demographic questionnaire and Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and then analyzed by the independent t-test, 1-way analysis of variance, and multiple linear regression with a simultaneous model. Results: More than half of the participants (52) were in the age group of fewer than 30 years. The Mean±SD scores of job burnout in terms of intensity and frequency were 47. 88±17.5 and 47. 95±17.42, respectively. The mean job burnout scores of the majority of surgical technologists in dimensions of emotional exhaustion (intensity), depersonalization (intensity and frequency), and reduced personal accomplishment (intensity and frequency) were at a low level, but it was at a moderate level in the dimension of emotional exhaustion (frequency) among more than half of them. Through a multiple regression, the identified predictors of job burnout (frequency) were education level (P=9.377, 95CI; 1.618-17.136, P<0.05) and work experience (P=-21.091, 95CI; -38.201- -3.980, P<0.05). Meanwhile, education level (P=8.320, 95CI; 0.568- 16.073, P<0.05), work experience (P=-30.976, 95CI; -54.715 - -7.236, P<0.05), and hours of night shifts per month (P=-10.660, 95CI; -18.205-3.115, P=0.01) predicted job burnout (intensity). Conclusion: The job burnout of more than half of surgical technologists in the dimension of emotional exhaustion (frequency) was at a moderate level. Novice workers and operating room BScs suffered more from job burnout than those with an Associate degree and experienced workers. In this regard, healthcare and planner providers must pay attention to operating room BScs, especially novice workers. © 2022. All Rights Reserved.

Item Type: Article
Creators:
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Mohammadi, S.UNSPECIFIED
Hanani, S.UNSPECIFIED
Amiri, F.UNSPECIFIED
Azadi, N.UNSPECIFIED
Kamali, N.UNSPECIFIED
Keywords: Job burnout Operating room Surgical technologist
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Page Range: pp. 40-48
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Holistic Nursing and Midwifery
Journal Index: Scopus
Volume: 32
Number: 1
Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.32598/jhnm.32.1.2167
ISSN: 25883712 (ISSN)
Depositing User: مهندس مهدی شریفی
URI: http://eprints.medilam.ac.ir/id/eprint/3880

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