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The management approach of nurse administrators and Occupational burnout among nurses staff of Golestan University hospitals
Rouhi Ghanbar *, Mollaei Einollah, Gholamreza Mahmoodi
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Introduction: Optimal performance of hospitals is depending on effective management of human and equipment. Nurse as most parts of human resource of hospitals have numerous occupational difficulties. Burnout is on of these problems that threat the physical and psychological health of nurse and is one of the impotent causes of absence, energy depletion and low efficiency among nursing staff.

Aim: purpose of this study was the assessment of relationship between    management approach of nurse administrators and Occupational burnout among nurses' staff of Golestan University hospitals.

Methodology: Study design was descriptive and analytical. 272 nurses from Golestan Province University hospitals were assess with by Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and management approach questionnaire. MBI assess emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and personal accomplishment and management approach questionnaire included planning, organizing, control, leadership, motivation, staff participation, reward and punishment. The statistical analysis was done by SPSS for windows. C-square and U-man-witny test were applied for analyses in this study.     

Finding: The age range of nurses were 29-45 years and, 95 of them were male and 177 were female (60 single and 206 married). 5.5 % of staff rated their head nurses' management approach very good, 51.15% partially good and 0.7% of them perceived it completely bad. There was a significant relationship between management approach of head nurses with Occupational burnout of nurses staff in terms of  intensity and frequency of burnout (P<0.05)

Conclusion: the effective management skills of the nurse administrator lead to better and high quality care with nursing staff.  Because of the significant relationships between the management approach of nurse's administrators and Occupational burnout in this study it is very crucial to pay more attention to scientific management styles.

Keywords: burnout, management, nurses, Occupational, hospital
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Received: 2016/06/15 | Revised: 2018/03/4 | Accepted: 2016/06/15
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Ghanbar R, Einollah M, Mahmoodi G. The management approach of nurse administrators and Occupational burnout among nurses staff of Golestan University hospitals. jmj 2008; 6 (3 and 4) :38-55
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