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J Nurs Scholarsh ; 53(4): 511-518, 2021 07.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1304116


PURPOSE: To determine the structural relationships among nurses' occupational burnout, job stress, psychological capital, and perceived support from society. DESIGN: A cross-sectional design was performed to collect data from 766 registered nurses in three general tertiary Class A hospitals from March to August 2018. METHODS: Structural equation modeling was performed to examine the proposed model. FINDINGS: The research data supported the proposed model. Psychological capital, job stress, and perceived social support significantly influenced occupational burnout. Job stress indirectly influenced burnout through perceived social support and psychological capital. The influencing factors accounted for 49% of the variance in explaining burnout. CONCLUSIONS: The findings identified structural relationships among the four studied variables. This study provides new information regarding the preventive role of perceived social support and psychological capital, which perform the mediating role between job stress and occupational burnout. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: Nursing administrators should provide a healthy work environment, effective psychological capital training, and assistance to reduce nurses' occupational burnout.

Burnout, Professional , Nurses , Occupational Stress , Cross-Sectional Studies , Hospitals , Humans , Social Support
Nurs Outlook ; 69(4): 652-659, 2021.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1068994


BACKGROUND: Roles and responsibilities of nurses are crucial in the battle of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), but nursing duties also put them at risk for infections. PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the lived experience of nurses in combatting COVID-19 in Belitung, Indonesia. METHODS: This study employed a phenomenological study design. Online interviews and chatting were conducted among 17 clinical nurses who were purposively selected from March to June 2020. Data were audio-recorded, transcribed, and validated among researchers. The thematic approach was used for data analysis. FINDINGS: Seven themes emerged (1) feeling "nano-nano", (2) lack of N95 masks, (3) we are just pawns, (4) being rejected, (5) please do not spread our identity, (6) we miss home, and (7) feeling betrayed by regulation. DISCUSSION: Findings of this study should be used by government agencies, nurses, and the general population in combatting COVID-19.

COVID-19 , Nurses/psychology , Personal Protective Equipment/supply & distribution , Quarantine , Stress, Psychological/psychology , Adult , Female , Humans , Indonesia , Internet , Interviews as Topic , Male , Social Isolation