Relationships between stressors, work supports, and burnout among cancer nurses.

@article{Barnard2006RelationshipsBS,
  title={Relationships between stressors, work supports, and burnout among cancer nurses.},
  author={Debbie Barnard and Annette F. Street and Anthony W Love},
  journal={Cancer nursing},
  year={2006},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={338-45}
}
This pilot study investigated the relationships between stressors, work supports, and burnout among cancer nurses. One hundred and one registered nurses, employed at a major specialist oncology, metropolitan Australian hospital, completed self-report questionnaires measuring these constructs and provided responses to open-ended questions. The 50 listed stressors were experienced as sources of stress by more than 50% of the sample; most work support came from peers, rather than supervisor and… CONTINUE READING

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