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2017 Effect of personal and work stress on burnout, job satisfaction and general health of hospital nurses in South Africa
The majority of studies to date have focused on the effects of work stress in the nursing environment, with the effect of personal stress in...Download this report
Nurses experience high levels of work related stress and burnout as well as low job satisfaction and poor general health owing to the nature...
Gaps in research focusing on work related stress, burnout, job satisfaction and general health of nurses is evident within developing contex...Download this report
2014 Secondary trauma and job burnout and associated factors among HIV lay counsellors in Nkangala district, South Africa
Nurses have been found to experience higher levels of stress-related burnout compared to other health care professionals. Despite studies sh...