Occupational Stress Management and Burnout Interventions in Nursing and Their Implications for Healthy Work Environments: A Literature Review.

@article{Nowrouzi2015OccupationalSM,
  title={Occupational Stress Management and Burnout Interventions in Nursing and Their Implications for Healthy Work Environments: A Literature Review.},
  author={Behdin Nowrouzi and Nancy Lightfoot and Michael LaRiviere and Lorraine Mary Carter and Ellen E Rukholm and Robert Joel Schinke and Diane Belanger-Gardner},
  journal={Workplace health & safety},
  year={2015},
  volume={63 7},
  pages={308-15}
}
This article reports on a literature review of workplace interventions (i.e., creating healthy work environments and improving nurses' quality of work life [QWL]) aimed at managing occupational stress and burnout for nurses. A literature search was conducted using the keywords nursing, nurses, stress, distress, stress management, burnout, and intervention. All the intervention studies included in this review reported on workplace intervention strategies, mainly individual stress management and… CONTINUE READING