Nurses' stress and burnout Article

Sherman, DW, Ferrell, BR, Coyle, N. (2004). Nurses' stress and burnout . AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING, 104(5), 48-57. 10.1097/00000446-200405000-00020

cited authors

  • Sherman, DW; Ferrell, BR; Coyle, N


  • With symptoms as varied as anger, short attention span, physical exhaustion, and a poor self-concept, burnout in nurses, especially in those caring for dying patients, can result in compromised patient care. The solution is simple but perhaps not easy: self-care. The 13th in a series on palliative nursing care.

publication date

  • January 1, 2004

published in

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start page

  • 48

end page

  • 57


  • 104


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