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Jabbari S, Golestani E, Atadokht A. The role of resilience, perceived social support and job burnout in predicting family psychological function in nurses. RJMS 2019; 26 (7) :78-87
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Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Educational Sciences and Psychology, University of Mohaghegh Ardebili, Ardebil, Iran , atadokht@uma.ac.ir
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Background: Family psychological function is one of the important aspects of the family space that affects the physical, social and emotion health of individuals. It also depends to psychological condition such as, resilience, perceived social support and job burnout. The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of resilient, perceived social support and job burnout in predicting family psychological function in nurses.
Methods: The research method was descriptive correlational. The statistical population was including all nurses in Maragheh hospitals that there were 350 people in 2018. Finally, 108 of them were selected by cluster sampling method. To collect data, Maslach & Jackson burnout questionnaires, Conner-Davidson resilience questionnaire, Iranian Family Psychological Function Scale, and Zimt et al’s Perceived Social Support Questionnaire were used. Data were analyzed by Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regression with synchronous model using SPSS 24.
Results: The findings showed that family psychological function of nurses has inverse relationship with job burnout (r=-0.38), and positive relationship with with resiliency (r=0.32), perceived social support (r=0.48). Job burnout, resilience and perceived social support predict %59 of the variance of family psychological functions.
Conclusion: The resilience, perceived social support and job burnout variables had effective roles in predicting nurses’ family psychological function. Hence, it is proposed that counselors, therapists and planners consider the symptoms of these variables and design appropriate programs to improve nurses’ family psychological function in order to improve the health and health of nurses and their families.
 
 
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