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Analysis and comparison between frequency and depth of job-burnout aspects among male and female nurses
Mohammad R Khodabakhsh , Parvin Mansuri
, khodabakhsh@ut.ac.ir
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Background: In this study we analyzed job burnout aspects of male and female nurses.

Materials and Method: Sixty nurses (including 32 women and 28 men) were randomly selected and responded to Maslach (MBI) job questionnaire.

Results: Our findings demonstrate that there is significant difference between male and female nurses in emotional exhaustion (p<0.021). Women experience emotional exhaustion more than men. Regarding other aspects of job burnout there is no significant difference between them.

Conclusion: The findings of this study demonstrate that job burnout is high among nursing society. However, to avoid job burnout among nurses should be paid attention to them. [ZJRMS, 13(4):40-42]


Keywords: Job burnout, emotional exhaustion, personal accomplishment, depersonalization
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Type of Study: Short Communication | Subject: Psychiatry
* Corresponding Author Address: MSc of Psychology, School of Psychology and Education, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
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Khodabakhsh M R, Mansuri P. Analysis and comparison between frequency and depth of job-burnout aspects among male and female nurses. ZJRMS. 2011; 13 (4) :40-42
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