Occupational and Personal Factors Related to Burnout in Acute Care
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This study examines factors related to burnout among nurses in the ICU and ED at a tertiary care center and identifies self-care strategies that reduce burnout. Understanding factors that contribute to burnout can assist organizations in implementing evidence-based strategies to support nurse well-being in acute care settings.
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