Burnout Syndrome Among Nursing Staff: Performing Data Analysis using the SPSS Statistic

Mohammed Amine Lafraxo, Mohammed Ouadoud, Youssef El Madhi, Abdelmajid Soulaymani


This study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of burnout among nurses, to determine the socio-demographic characteristics associated with burnout, and to assess the influence of the practice of physical activities on burnout. This is an observational study of a cross-sectional type. A self-administered survey was used to determine the socio-demographic and professional characteristics. The Copenhagen Burnout Inventory to evaluate burnout and the Ricci-Gagnon questionnaire to assess the level of physical activity and sports practice. In total, 16.7% of the participating nurses displayed a high level of general burnout (63.3% medium, 20% low), and 23% displayed a high level of patient-related burnout (34% medium, 43% low). Physical activity had no protective effect against burnout, as 87% of participants were physically active. This research result confirmed what exists in other scientific publications; the prevalence of burnout is a reality in the health professions. It is necessary to think of setting up accompaniments to sensitize nurses for primary prevention against burnout.


burnout, CBI, PSA, ITC, SPSS Statistic

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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