Subject: Critical Care Team Organization | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Research Article | Military Psychology | Mental Health | Psychological Stress | Nursing Administration | Clinical Research Design | Psychometrics | Medicine | Critical Care and Emergency Medicine | Q | Epidemiology | R | Psychology | Nursing Science | Science | Clinical Epidemiology | Applied Psychology | Survey Research | Public Health | Occupational and Industrial Health
BACKGROUND: Evidence on the prevalence and determinants of burnout among military acute and critical care nursing personnel from developing countries is minimal, precluding the development of effective preventive measures for this high-risk occupational group. In this c... View more
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