Assessment of Job Burnout Rate in Family Physicians of IUMS in 2018
Hadi Mohammadian, Jalil Koohpayehzadeh, Marzieh Nojomi, Mojdeh Ramezani, Zahra Rampisheh
Introduction: Job burnout is a form of physical, emotional and mental fatigue due to continuous and repeated emotional stress caused by a prolonged exposure. we can use equations such as stress, fatigue, indifference, exhaustion, and erosion. Material & Methods:48 family physicians working in Iran University of Medical Sciences completed the Maslach job burnout questionnaire, personal information. Results: Our subjects were emotional exhaustion in the high level, and in depersonalization in the medium range and in the Personal accomplishment, they were low level. The mean and standard deviation of total burnout score was 63.00 ± 2.26. There was a significant relationship between job burnout and number of children, covered population, number of clients, amount of salary received, marriage and timely payment. There was reversal correlation between job burnout, number of children, covered population and workplace distance from lodging.
There was significant direct correlation between emotional exhaustion and amount of salary and working hours. There is significant direct relationship between depersonalization and work experience. Also, the relationship between this dimension and sex and marriage was significant. There was a significant reversal relationship between personal accomplishment, salary and working hours. Conclusion: It is necessary to predict and apply appropriate intervention. Also, reducing family physicians' hours of work to prevent burnout can be used. In addition, It is recommended to conduct similar studies on a wider scale.