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KMID : 0614820130190050578
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2013 Volume.19 No. 5 p.578 ~ p.588
An Empirical Study on Burnout in Clinical Nurses: Focused on Bullying and Negative Affectivity
Han Jung-Hee

Yang In-Soon
Yom Young-Hee
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of bullying, negative affectivity and burnout in the nurses.

Methods: The sample consisted of 389 nurses. Data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, ANOVA, Scheffe?, Pearson Correlation Analysis and Hierarchical Multiple Regression.

Results: The control variables of age, marital status, education level, current position, health status and work unit explained 30.2%(F=28.9, p<.001) of variance in burnout. The control variables, bullying and negative affectivity collectively
explained 49.7% of variance in burnout.

Conclusion: The results indicate that the demographic factors influencing burnout are age, education level, health status, work unit, while bullying and negative affectivity in the work places are factors that influence burnout. These findings can be utilized to develop strategies to reduce bullying and negative affectivity.
KEYWORD
Nurses, Bullying, Affectivity, Burnout
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