Master of Arts (MA)
Faculty of Science
This thesis examines burnout, job stress, and job satisfaction in two public health nurse organizations, located in two different regions. A total of 35 individuals were interviewed, and 31 individuals were surveyed. The major finding was the experience of burnout is a complex experiential synthesis of the constructs job satisfaction, morale, job stress, and self perception. Data suggest intraorganizational processes mediate burnout and the shift from job satisfaction to job dissatisfaction.
Helmer, D’Arcy John, "Burnout, Job Stress, and Job Satisfaction in Two Public Health Nursing Units" (1981). Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive). 1519.