The Maslach Burnout Inventory MBI was used to assess burnout in the workplace through assessment of personal accomplishment, emotional exhaustion, and depersonalization; the General Health Questionnaire GHQ assessed psychological morbidity; and the Professional Quality of Life Scale ProQOL assessed compassion satisfaction, compassion fatigue, and burnout. Univariate general linear regression was used to determine significant demographic predictors for occupational stress, and one-way analysis of variance was used to compare stress among the three groups. Higher GHQ scores greater stress were reported by participants that spend more of their work time with palliative patients, and lower GHQ scores less stress was reported in participants that participated in stress-relieving activities. For burnout subscales,
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Job Stress and Burnout Among Correctional Officers: A Literature Review | SpringerLink
This literature review presents an overview of occupational stress and burnout in correctional institutions, based on 43 investigations from 9 countries. First, the prevalence of various stress reactions among correctional officers COs is discussed: turnover and absenteeism rates, psychosomatic diseases, and levels of job dissatisfaction and burnout. Next, empirical evidence is summarized for the existence of 10 specific stressors in the CO's job. It appears that the most notable stressors for COs are role problems, work overload, demanding social contacts with prisoners, colleagues, and supervisors , and poor social status.
Job Stress and Burnout Among Correctional Officers: A Literature Review
Introduction: Occupational stress is a major modern health and safety challenges. While the ED is known to be a high-pressure environment, the specific organisational stressors which affect ED staff have not been established. Methods: We conducted a systematic review of literature examining the sources of organisational stress in the ED, their link to adverse health outcomes and interventions designed to address them. A narrative review of contextual factors that may contribute to occupational stress was also performed.
Aim: To better understand occupational stress faced by nurse academics. Studies were assessed for quality and risk of bias by using standardised critical appraisal instruments from the Joanna Briggs Institute. In addition, processes and reporting were checked against the Equator guidelines.