Burnout syndrome impacts quality life nursing professionals

Hello professor and peers,

A diverse approach is necessary when investigating sources of evidence for burnout prevention in high-intensity environments (Fradelos et al., 2021). I made use of popular resources like ProQuest, the Cochrane Library, PubMed, and CINAHL (Cumulated Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature) to search for evidence-based research to support my practice problem, burnout, and then created relevant search words.

I considered various types of evidence, including formal and informal interviews, national organizations, and library sources beyond nursing literature. A formal interview will be conducted with healthcare professionals who can provide direct insights into the causes and potential solutions for burnout. Informal discussions with peers can uncover useful, real-world tactics that aren’t often recorded in official studies (Gillespie & Melby, 2023). National Organizations such as the American Nurses Association (ANA), can provide guidelines and resources specifically aimed at reducing nurse burnout. Internal organizations, such as employee assistance programs (EAPs), can offer counseling and support services that can help mitigate burnout. External resources may include organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA),

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