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Shojafard J, Pour Sedegh N, Shahr Ashoub G, Zangisheh S. Relationship between burnout and resilience in emergency medicine personnel in Tehran. jorar 2014; 6 (2)
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PhD student in strategic management of passive defense, Supreme National Defense University, Iran
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We do not support the type of link you drop. Please try link of other types.  Mental burnout is a feeling inside that causes negative feelings and attitudes in individual about the job and his professional function. In the face of job stress conditions, resilience as a predictor is to prevent and reduce burnout. This study is to determine the relationship between burnout and resilience among emergency medicine staff in Tehran in 2012.
Methods: In this study, about 128 emergency operations staff were selected and studied randomly in Tehran. Data was collected and analyzed by using two standard questionnaire Maslesh Burnout Inventory (MBI) and Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) and SPSS-20; also relation between variables was evaluated using Pearson's correlation coefficient (0/05).
Findings: The results are as follows: about 21/9% of people are in average in level of emotional exhaustion; and 15/6% of people are high in emotional exhaustion; 23% are moderate and 21/01% are high in depersonalization; 36/7% are high and 20/3% are moderate in personal accomplishment. In addition, there is significant relationship between individual characteristics of resilience and burnout (p<0/001); However, no correlation was observed between burnout and demographic variables.
Conclusions: The careers of emergency medicine personnel can exacerbate burnout resulting in irreparable damage to patients, emergency patients, and even personnel. Thus identifying the predisposing and intensifying factors of burnout, detailed planning for the use of contraceptive methods, holding counseling and training courses improve working conditions and reduce the impact of these factors. Since the capacity of resilience is considered as one of the effective factors in prevention of burnout; therefore, it is better to employ individuals with higher resilience capacity.
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