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Research in Medical Education 2016, 7(4): 20-30 Back to browse issues page
Comparison of Mental Health and Burn Out in Medical Staff of Rasht Shafa and Heshmat Hospitals
R Soleimani, S Shokrgozar *, S Kianmehr, M Fallahi, M Pakdaman
Psychiatry Department, Kavosh Cognitive Behaviour Sciences and Addiction Research Center, Shafa educational – remedial Hospital, Guilan University of Medical Sciences, Rasht, Iran. , Dr.shokrgozar@yahoo.com
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Introduction: .Mental health nurses is effective  on quality of services to patients,and burnout is a common complication in this area. this study was done to investigate and compare of mental  health and  burnout in Shafa and Heshmat ' s Rasht educational – remedial hospitals in Rasht

Methods :This descriptive-analytic study performed on  183 nurses of Shafa and Heshmat  hospitals by simple randomly selected. Tool of study was a questionnaire  including demographic information, Global Health Questionnair and Maslech Burned Out Inventory two groups were compared with MANOVA test. data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and spss software.

Results: Multivariate analysis of Variables indicate that average variable of burnout (F =18.881) and mental health (F =9.940) to Shafa nurses  had significant difference (0.001) and scores of emotional exhaustion,decrease of personal accomplishment and involvement components in Shafa nurses was lower than Heshmat nurses, but personal accomplishment in  Heshmat nurses had more than Shafa. Multivariate analysis in the area of ​​mental health indicated that the average of variable in two groups was significant (F =9.940). Physical symptoms, anxiety and depression in  Shafa nurses was lower than Heshmat nurses, But level of the social function of Heshmat nurses was higher than  Shafa nurses.

Conclusion: Although burnout and mental health nurses of two centers was low, the issue required to more attention.

Keywords: Burnout, Professional, Mental Health, Nursing, Staff
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Soleimani R, Shokrgozar S, Kianmehr S, Fallahi M, Pakdaman M. Comparison of Mental Health and Burn Out in Medical Staff of Rasht Shafa and Heshmat Hospitals. Research in Medical Education. 2016; 7 (4) :20-30
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