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Exploring the influence of core-self evaluations, situational factors, and coping on nurse burnout : a cross-sectional survey study

(2020) PLOS ONE. 15(4).
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Stress has become an inherent aspect of the nursing profession. Chronically experienced work stress can lead to burnout. Although situational stressors show a significant influence on burnout, their power to predict the complete syndrome is rather limited. After all, stressors only exist "in the eye of the beholder". This study aimed to explore how individual vulnerability factors such as core-self evaluations and coping, contribute to burnout in relation to situational stressors within a population of hospital nurses. Cross-sectional data was collected in 2014, using five validated self-report instruments: Dutch Core Self Evaluations Scale, Nursing Work Index Revised, Utrecht Coping List, Ruminative Response Scale, and Utrecht Burnout Scale. 219 of the 250 questionnaires were returned. Core-self evaluations, situational factors and coping each contributed significantly to the predictive capacity of the models of the separate burnout dimensions. Core-self evaluations was significantly related to emotional exhaustion. It was suggested that Core-self evaluations might be placed at the initiation of the loss cycle. However, further research is warranted.
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JOB DEMANDS, PRACTICE ENVIRONMENT, WORK ENGAGEMENT, MEDIATING ROLE, RESOURCES, PERSONALITY, CARE, SATISFACTION, RUMINATION, BEHAVIORS

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Geuens, Nina, et al. “Exploring the Influence of Core-Self Evaluations, Situational Factors, and Coping on Nurse Burnout : A Cross-Sectional Survey Study.” PLOS ONE, vol. 15, no. 4, 2020, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0230883.
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Geuens, N., Verheyen, H., Vlerick, P., Van Bogaert, P., & Franck, E. (2020). Exploring the influence of core-self evaluations, situational factors, and coping on nurse burnout : a cross-sectional survey study. PLOS ONE, 15(4). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0230883
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Geuens, Nina, Helena Verheyen, Peter Vlerick, Peter Van Bogaert, and Erik Franck. 2020. “Exploring the Influence of Core-Self Evaluations, Situational Factors, and Coping on Nurse Burnout : A Cross-Sectional Survey Study.” PLOS ONE 15 (4). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0230883.
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Geuens, Nina, Helena Verheyen, Peter Vlerick, Peter Van Bogaert, and Erik Franck. 2020. “Exploring the Influence of Core-Self Evaluations, Situational Factors, and Coping on Nurse Burnout : A Cross-Sectional Survey Study.” PLOS ONE 15 (4). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0230883.
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Geuens N, Verheyen H, Vlerick P, Van Bogaert P, Franck E. Exploring the influence of core-self evaluations, situational factors, and coping on nurse burnout : a cross-sectional survey study. PLOS ONE. 2020;15(4).
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N. Geuens, H. Verheyen, P. Vlerick, P. Van Bogaert, and E. Franck, “Exploring the influence of core-self evaluations, situational factors, and coping on nurse burnout : a cross-sectional survey study,” PLOS ONE, vol. 15, no. 4, 2020.
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Cross-sectional data was collected in 2014, using five validated self-report instruments: Dutch Core Self Evaluations Scale, Nursing Work Index Revised, Utrecht Coping List, Ruminative Response Scale, and Utrecht Burnout Scale. 219 of the 250 questionnaires were returned.
Core-self evaluations, situational factors and coping each contributed significantly to the predictive capacity of the models of the separate burnout dimensions. Core-self evaluations was significantly related to emotional exhaustion. It was suggested that Core-self evaluations might be placed at the initiation of the loss cycle. However, further research is warranted.},
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