Structural investigation implies that fatigue comes with the really consistent relationship with burnout; for this reason, this new equation useful for computations was burnout=0

Structural investigation implies that fatigue comes with the really consistent relationship with burnout; for this reason, this new equation useful for computations was burnout=0

Occupational stress was assessed using the Occupational Stress Inventory-revised edition (OSI-R) written by Osipow19 and adapted by Li. The scale consists of the following three dimensions: the Occupational Role Questionnaire (ORQ) (60 items), the Personal Strain Questionnaire (PSQ) (40 items) and the Personal Resources Questionnaire (PRQ) (40 items).The respondent scores the frequency of a particular behaviour on a Likert scale from 1 (never) to 5 (often).20 For the ORQ and PSQ, a higher score indicates more nervousness. A higher score for the PRQ indicates that the respondent has a stronger ability to cope with tension. In each dimension, we divided the participants into three parts according to tertiles of their scores as low, moderate and high score groups. The following were the cut-off points for the OSI-R subscales-ORQ: low<120, moderate 120–160, high >160; PSQ and PRQ: low<92, moderate 92–100, high >100. In our sample, the Cronbach’s ? coefficients for the ORQ, PSQ and PRQ were 0.88, 0.86 and 0.91, respectively. Continue reading “Structural investigation implies that fatigue comes with the really consistent relationship with burnout; for this reason, this new equation useful for computations was burnout=0”