Stress lavorativo e burnout negli infermieri: analisi del fenomeno in terapia intensiva

Ricevuto: 2 agosto 2018
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Pubblicato: 2 agosto 2018
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Introduzione: lo stress lavoro correlato è una problematica impor- tante nel personale di terapia intensiva e può portare allo sviluppo della sindrome da burnout. Le caratteristiche dell’ambiente lavora- tivo e l’organizzazione stessa del lavoro hanno molta importanza per l’insorgenza del burnout.

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Binda, F., Galazzi, A., Roselli, P., Adamini, I., & Laquintana, D. (2018). Stress lavorativo e burnout negli infermieri: analisi del fenomeno in terapia intensiva. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 35(2), 5–10. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2018.244