Job satisfaction and burnout among Palestinian nurses
AbstractAn exploratory descriptive study design was used to investigate job satisfaction and burnout among Palestinian nurses. A random sample of 152 nurses was recruited from private hospitals. The instruments included a demographic questionnaire, the Minnesota satisfaction questionnaire and the Maslach burnout inventory. Respondents reported moderate levels of job satisfaction and moderate burnout. Palestinian nurses face many challenges in their daily work due to decreased chances of job advancement and emotional exhaustion which may lead to job dissatisfaction. Health care administrators and policy-makers have a responsibility to find solutions to problems that cause job dissatisfaction and burnout among nurses to ensure the delivery of quality health care services
Abushaikha, L. & Saca Hazboun, H. (2009). Job satisfaction and burnout among Palestinian nurses. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117625
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 15 (1), 190-197, 2009
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