1. Problem Statement:
The prevalence of burnout experienced among bedside registered nurses is on the rise affecting the mental health, emotional health, productivity and retention of nurses.
The purpose of this integrated literature review is to analyze the effects of coping and stress management practices inside and outside of the workplace, and its effects on the mental health, emotional health, productivity and retention of nurses in the hospital setting.
3. PICO Question:
For bedside Registered nurses whom experience burnout, does the use of coping and stress management strategies inside and outside of the workplace, reduce the future risk of burnout and nurse turnover, compared with bedside nurses that do not participate in coping and stress management?
(P) Bedside registered nurses
(I) Application of coping and stress management strategies inside and outside of the workplace
(C) Bedside nurses that do not apply coping and stress management strategies
(O) Reduce the risk of burnout experienced by bedside nurses to improve mental health, emotional heath, productivity and decrease turnover rates that contribute to staffing shortages.