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|Title||(Burnout among Mental Health Workers in Gaza Strip (Analytical study|
Objectives: The study aims to investigate the prevalence of job burnout among mental health workers in Mental Health Centers inGazastrip. Methods: The sample consist of (118) workers distributed in (7) Mental Health Centers. The selected workers were classified under the various types of work fields as following: mental health doctors, nurses, Psychologists, and Social workers. The tools used in the study are: 1) Burnout inventory checklist, 2) Personal data sheet (gender, age, years of experience, place of work…etc.). Descriptive and inferential statistics were used. Results: The results of the study showed that the total score of burnout percentage is 54.9%. The total score of burnout percentage did not show significant results due to the following variables: gender, age, address, marital status, number of children, income, experience, specialization at the level (a = 0.05), whereas the total score of burnout percentage show significant results due to level of education (Qualification) variable. Conclusion: The recommendations of the study are as follows: Improve the management to reduce burnout among those who work in mental health centers. Also consider improving the status of the holders of postgraduate certificate studies, redesign jobs and reorganize work system according to job description, and activate psychological counseling.
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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