Komitmen Organisasi Terhadap Penurunan Burnout Syndrome Perawat

Mira Melynda Prakosa, Nursalam Nursalam, Tri Johan Agus Yuswanto

Abstract


Introduction. Nurses’ organization commitment in health services still low. The low organization commitment of nurse impact burnout syndrome. Burnout syndrome leads to a reduce in the quality of care or service provided by nurses that can lead to low working motivation and increased attendance. The purpose of this study was to see the organization commitment to reduce burnout syndrome of nurse. Method. This research is a descriptive study with a sample of 126 respondents with stratified random sampling in Petrokimia Gresik Hospital. Data were collected through filling out questionnaires and then analyzed descriptively. Result. The result showed that high organizational commitment of nurse (affective commitment, continuance commitment, and normative commitment) can reduce burnout syndrome of nurse (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a lack of personal accomplishment). Conclusion. The nurse organization's commitment impact to reduce burnout syndrome of nurse in hospitals. Intervention to reduce fatigue can be through direct personal intervention, direct organization as well as a combination of both. Intervention through personal focus reinforces the strategy of individuals in the face of stress, while the organization is directly focused on decreasing job demands. Some things that can be done to overcome burnout syndrome is by doing nurse empowerment. The benefits that nurses can receive from empowerment are nurses capable of critical thinking, resolving problems, and developing a leadership stance among other empowerment promoting leadership positions, self esteem and professionalism of nurse.
Keyword: organizational commitment, burnout syndrome

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