Examining The Relations between Organizational justice, Turnover and Burnout among Staff Nurses

Rasha Mohammed Nagib Ali, Fatma Nagi Kotb, Noha Mohammed Rashed


The aims of study were concerned on to investigate the relationship between organizational justice, burnout and intention to leave of nurses of Minia Hospital. A convenience sample of (46) staff nurses were recruited in the study. Descriptive correlational research design was used in this study. This research was carried out at Minia Hospital for psychological health and addiction. Four tools were used in this study (i) the Personnel characteristics data questionnaire (ii) Burnout scale (iii) Intention to leave (v) Organizational justice. The finding of the present study revealed that there were negative statistically significant correlations between organizational justice and intension turnover and organizational justice, burnout. In addition, there were fair positive statistically significant correlations between intension turnover and burnout. Therefore, it recommended that , it is important for the hospitals to design the strategies to improve their support to minimize the turnover intentions and burnout among staff nurses which may lead to the organizational effectiveness.

Keywords: Organizational justice, Turnover, Burnout , Staff Nurses

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