Age and burnout syndrome in nursing professionals: moderating role of emotion-focused coping

@article{Mefoh2019AgeAB,
  title={Age and burnout syndrome in nursing professionals: moderating role of emotion-focused coping},
  author={Philip Chukwuemeka Mefoh and Eze Nsi Ude and John Bosco Chika Chukwuorji},
  journal={Psychology, Health \& Medicine},
  year={2019},
  volume={24},
  pages={101 - 107}
}
ABSTRACT This study examined whether the association between age and the three burnout dimensions (emotional exhaustion, depersonalisation and reduced personal accomplishment) depend on the extent of nursing professionals’ use of emotion-focused coping strategy. Participants were 283 nurses (Mage = 35 years, SD = 8.17, Range = 23–66 years) from a tertiary healthcare institution in south-eastern Nigeria. They completed self-report measures of relevant variables in paper and pencil form… 
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