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55th World Advanced Nursing and Nursing Practice Congress

Singapore City, singapore

Yanmeng Yang

Yanmeng Yang

Sichuan University, West China

Title: Correlation between subjective well-being and job burnout in Oncology Hospital nurses

Biography

Biography: Yanmeng Yang

Abstract

ObjectiveTo explore the status and influencing factors of nurses' subjective well-being, and analyze its correlation with job burnout.

MethodsA cross-sectional study was used to investigate nurses by using the general data questionnaire, the Campbell well-being index scale and the Maslach Burnout Inventory—Human Service Survey.

Result: A total of 336 questionnaires were collected, and the score of Campbell well-being index scale was 10.11 (3.65), of which the total emotional index score was 5.09(2.07) and the life satisfaction score was 5(2). 4.8% were low degree of happiness, 43.2% were moderately happy, 52.15% were high degree of happiness. 25% had mild job burnout, 16.7% had moderate job burnout, and 6.5% had severe job burnout. Age, education and wage satisfaction had an effect on subjective well-being (P=0.018, 0.024, <0.001). Spearman correlation analysis showed that the subjective well-being was negatively correlated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalization (r=-0.610, -0.423; P < 0.001, P < 0.001), and was positively correlated with the sense of achievement (r=0.308, P < 0.001).

ConclusionsJob burnout affects the subjective well-being of nurses. It is necessary to pay attention to the job burnout of nurses and improve the sense of achievement of nurses in order to improve the subjective well-being.