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The relation between emotional control, perceived stress at work and professional burnout in hospital nurses

Jasna Hudek-Knežević
Nada Krapić
Linda Rajter

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 246 Kb

str. 41-54

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Because studies examining professional burnout in the context of emotional regulation are relatively rare, the present study examined the direct and interactional effects of emotional inhibition and ruminating, as components of emotional regulation, and workload and roleconflict, as well as role-ambiguity, as components of perceived stress at work, on the three components of professional burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and perceived decreased personal achievement) on a sample of 214 hospital nurses working in 19 departments of the Clinical Hospital Centre in Rijeka.
Generally, the results of this study show that each variable of perceived stress at the workplace significantly predicts some burnout components, whether independent or in interaction with emotional inhibition. Of the emotional regulation variables, only ruminating predicts higher emotional exhaustion, while emotional inhibition did not prove to be a significant predictor of any of the components of burnout, but only in interaction with one perceived stress component, that is perceived workload and role conflict.

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emotional regulation, burnout, perceived stress related to work role

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