Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Emotional exhaustion among Minia University Hospitals’ Workers. Minia, Egypt
Ayman Soliman Elkhateeb, Amany Mohamed Reda, Tahany Mahmoud Refaat, Amany Edward Sedhom, Ebtesam Esmail Hassan
The responsibilities of healthcare professionals (nurses and midwives) are emotionally demanding and therefore have the tendency to elicit emotional exhaustion. However, personal resources like emotional intelligence have been found to attenuate the experience of emotional exhaustion emanating from the job demands of healthcare professionals.
emotional exhaustion; health care workers; night shift
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