Evaluation of Nurses’ Burnout among Nurses at Hospitals in Nasiriyah City Iraq

Authors

  • Alaa M. Tuama1 , Mohammed Fadhil Ali2 , Gossoon Juma Elywy2

Keywords:

Evaluation; Burnout ; Nurses, Hospitals, Nasiriyah City

Abstract

Objective: To evaluate burnout among Nurses at Hospitals in Nasiriyah City,

Methodology: The sample of the study was purposeful and included (216) nurses, who were selected from

hospitals from October 2, 2016, to June 28, 2017 CE.

Results: The study’s results have showed (63.9%) of the sample were (19 - 28) years, (74.1%) of the sample

have experience of year (<10), (41.7%) were preparatory, (95.8%) of the sample were Urban, (47.2%) of

the sample were Sometime enough of Economic status, the results have revealed that there is a moderate

assessment in for an overall satisfied related to job satisfaction (128, 59.3%).

Recommendations: The study recommends an Establish laws that protect nurses from abuse and stress at

work. Commitment by the ethics of the profession and work according to the policy of the institution

Author Biography

Alaa M. Tuama1 , Mohammed Fadhil Ali2 , Gossoon Juma Elywy2

1 Instructor Doctor, Community Health Nursing Department, College of Nursing, University of Thi-Qar,

2 University of Thi_Qar , Faculty of Nursing, Department of Community Health Nursing - Nasiriyah – Iraq

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Alaa M. Tuama1 , Mohammed Fadhil Ali2 , Gossoon Juma Elywy2. (2020). Evaluation of Nurses’ Burnout among Nurses at Hospitals in Nasiriyah City Iraq. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 1459-1463. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10614