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Sarajan B, Homaei R. Relationship of Self-Acceptance, Role Overload, and Organizational Justice with Burnout in Woman Nurses. Manage Strat Health Syst 2019; 3 (4) :332-344
URL: http://mshsj.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-244-en.html
Assistance Professor, Department of Psychology, School of Humanities, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran
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Background: Personal and organizational characteristics play an important role in nurses' performance quality. The purpose of this study was to determine the structural equation modeling in the relationship of self-acceptance, role overload, and organizational justice with burnout among woman nurses.
Methods: This correlational study was conducted over all nurses working in Ahvaz hospitals. The sample consisted of 300 people selected by multi-stage sampling method. Expression measurements included the Burnout Questionnaire, Unconditional Self-Acceptance Questionnaire, Overload Role Scale, and Organizational Justice Scale. Data analysis was performed using structural equation model with Amos 21.
Results: Descriptive information of burnout (62.77 ± 9.83), self-esteem (74.20 ± 8.46), overload role (10.52 ± 2.34), distributive justice (13.50 ± 2.00), procedural justice (19.37 ± 3.30), and interactive justice (25.87 ± 4.04) variables were invetiated. Analysis showed that self-esteem had a negative and significant relationship with emotional exhaustion, personality deprivation, lack of individual success, and overall burnout score (p > 0.01). Distributive,  procedural, and interactive justice had a negative and significant relationship with personality depersonalization, lack of personal success, and job burnout total score (p < 0.01). Furthermore, the role overload had a positive and significant relationship with excitement exhaustion, depersonalization and lack of individual success, and overall burnout total score (p <  0/01).
Conclusion: Regarding the direct effect of personality (Self-Acceptance) and organizational (organizational justice and overload role) factors on nurses' burnout, the Ministry of Health and Medical Sciences should promote effective personality traits and take basic steps to improve the nurses' work environment.
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Received: 2018/10/6 | Published: 2019/03/18

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