Work-Related Burden on Physicians and Nurses Working in Neonatal Intensive Care Units : A Survey

@inproceedings{Ulrich2017WorkRelatedBO,
  title={Work-Related Burden on Physicians and Nurses Working in Neonatal Intensive Care Units : A Survey},
  author={Hans G{\"u}nter Ulrich},
  year={2017}
}
Aim: This study aimed at exploring the type, degree, and duration of work-related burden on neonatal physicians and nurses working in tertiary level neonatal intensive care units, its impact on their private life, and at assessing which coping strategies were found helpful. Methods: Transversal descriptive study using an anonymous questionnaire. Results: Fifty-two neonatal physicians and 60 nurses took part in this survey (response rate 77%). Altogether, 78% stated that the difficult medical… CONTINUE READING

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