Abstract

Objective: To investigate the status of job burnout and perceived organizational support of nurses under the two-child policy, and to explore their relationship. Methods: 445 nurses were investigated with Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and Nursing Organization Support Scale.
Results: The total scores of job burnout and organizational support were 36.65±19.79 and 53.53±10.70 respectively. Job burnout was positively correlated with perceived organizational support (P<0.01). Conclusions: Job burnout and perceived organizational support of nurses are moderate under the two-child policy. Nursing administrators should provide and implement targeted organizational support measures to promote nurses' physical and mental needs and improve nursing quality.

Biography

I am 52 years old and I have been working for 34 years. I am the director of nursing in the Second People’s Hospital of Foshan. As the vice chairman of nursing Economic Management Committee of Guangdong Nursing Association, the member of Administrative Management Committee of Guangdong Nursing Association and the vice chairman of Foshan Nursing Association, I have accomplished 6 research projects. Meanwhile, 9 papers have been published during this time. I have been invited to give speeches for many times, thus, I am good at presentation skills. Seventeen years ago, when SARS broke out, I worked in the front line and won the title of “Advanced Individual in fighting against SARS”. 17 years later, when the COVID-19 occur, I joined the war again together with 120 nurses from Foshan to Wuhan, achieving initial success.

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