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:: Volume 19, Issue 2 (June-July 2024) ::
IJNR 2024, 19(2): 50-64 Back to browse issues page
Investigating of the nurses' burnout and coping self-efficacy during the Covid-19 pandemic in Yazd
Aazam Soltaninejad * , Azita Aryaeenezhad , Fatemeh Fathi , Fateme Sadr , Mohammad Adham , Mahdi Shomali Ahmadabadi
Jiroft university of medical sciences , a.soltaninejad@yahoo.com
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Introduction:Nurses in the first line of corona care were exposed to psychological complications such as anxiety, depression, and burnout. Self-efficacy has been identified as one of the important factors controlling nurses' burnout. The purpose of this study is to investigate the level of job burnout and coping self-efficacy of nurses in Yazd during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Methods:  This descriptive-analytical study was conducted on nurses in Yazd who cared for patients with COVID-19. Using stratified random sampling and Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and Chesney Coping Self-Efficacy Scale (CSES), data were collected and analyzed with SPSS version 26 statistical software. (p<0.05)
Result:200 nurses (response rate 69.4%) completed the questionnaires. The nurses' burnout mean was 44.35±17.38 (range 4-99) and was mild. Emotional exhaustion and depersonalization in male nurses were significantly higher than in female nurses (P=0.02 and 0.01, respectively). Nurses with work experience between 5 and 10 years had higher emotional exhaustion and contract nurses also had higher burnout score compared to other nurses. (P value< 0.05)
The nurses' coping self-efficacy mean was 125.56±36.67 (range 26-240) lower than moderate. Nurses with postgraduate education used a more problem-oriented coping style. There was no significant difference in other variables of age, gender, and marital status in coping self-efficacy and its dimensions, and also self-efficacy and its dimensions according to nurses' job characteristics did not have a significant difference either.
Conclusions:In this study, nurses had mild burnout, but their coping self-efficacy was lower than moderate. More studies on nurses' burnout are recommended to maintain their readiness to deal with crises. Nursing managers can use the help of postgraduate nurses in teaching problem-oriented self-efficacy style.
Keywords: Burnout, Coping Self-Efficacy, Covid-19, Nurse
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Type of Study: Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing | Subject: nursing
Received: 2023/02/12 | Accepted: 2023/11/5 | Published: 2024/05/30
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soltaninejad A, Aryaeenezhad A, Fathi F, Sadr F, Adham M, shomali Ahmadabadi M. Investigating of the nurses' burnout and coping self-efficacy during the Covid-19 pandemic in Yazd. IJNR 2024; 19 (2) :50-64
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