The impact of burnout on self-efficacy, outcome expectations, career interest and nurse turnover

貢獻的翻譯標題: 职业倦怠对护士自我效能、结果期望、职业兴趣和工作流动的影响

Hao Yuan Chang, Daniel Friesner, Tsung Lan Chu, Tzu Ling Huang, Yen Ni Liao, Ching I. Teng

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻期刊論文同行評審

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Aims: To examine the impact of burnout on self-efficacy, outcome expectations, career interest and on nurses’ intentions to leave the profession and to leave the organization. Background: Burnout is associated with nurse turnover. Research clarifying the underlying mechanism may provide a novel means to mitigate the impact of burnout on nurse turnover. Design: This study uses a cross-sectional design and proportionate stratified sampling. Methods: Data were collected from a sample of nurses in one medical centre in northern Taiwan during February - March 2017. This study included nurses employed full-time at the medical centre. Burnout was measured using Maslach Burnout Inventory—Human Service Survey. Self-efficacy, outcome expectations and career interest were measured using the scale of Cunningham et al. Intentions to leave were measured using the scales of Teng et al. Structural equation modelling was used to assess the proposed framework. Results: Burnout was negatively related to self-efficacy and outcome expectations. Self-efficacy was positively related to outcome expectations. Outcome expectations were also positively related to career interest. However, self-efficacy was not related to career interest. Career interest was negatively related to the intention to leave the organization, which was further related to the intention to leave the profession. The model fitted the data acceptably. Conclusions: When nurses leave the profession, patient outcomes may be affected. Policy makers should evaluate whether the healthcare system can instil expectations for satisfaction, power and adequate compensation in the profession and thus retain nurses.

頁(從 - 到)2555-2565
期刊Journal of Advanced Nursing
出版狀態已出版 - 11月 2018