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Levels of Anxiety, Fatigue, Satisfaction and Self-esteem of Nursing Staff in Public Hospitals of Ilia

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Author(s): Theodosios Stavrianopoulos | Stamatia Stamati | Eleftheria Gevreki | Ourania Gourvelou | Maria Papadimitriou

Journal: To Vima tou Asklipiou
ISSN 1109-4486

Volume: 10;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 118;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Anxiety | lassitude | satisfaction | nurses | hospitals | Ilia

ABSTRACT
Job burnout is defined as a syndrome - a complex product of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduced personal achievements that can occur to people who work extensively with many other people under considerable time pressure. Aim: The investigation and measurement of factors contributing in the creation of stress and fatigue of nursing staff so as the satisfaction and self-esteem that nurses live during their professional career. Material and methods: The study population included 167 employees of regular nursing staff working in three public hospitals of the province. Data was collected by completing anonymous structured questionnaire. The program used for entering coded data and statistical processing was SPSS 11.0. Results: Statistical analysis showed that females reported "good" and "very good" emotional status than males with a statistically significant difference, p
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