Yoğun Bakım Hemşirelerinde İş ile İlgili Ruminasyonun, Eş Duyum Yorgunluğu ve Psikolojik Sağlamlık ile İlişkisinin İncelenmesi
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Gedik P, Investigation of the Relationship between Work-Related Rumination, Compassion Fatigue and Psychological Resilience in Intensive Care Nurses, Hacettepe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Psychiatric Nursing Master's Thesis, Ankara, 2022. This research was carried out using the analytical research design in order to examine the relationship between the level of work-related rumination of intensive care nurses and the levels of compassion fatigue and resilience. The research was carried out with the intensive care nurses working in two different university hospitals in Ankara, which have Adult Intensive Care Units and whose institutional permission was obtained, through an online survey via the research link prepared as Googleforms.116 adult intensive care nurses were included in the study. Data were collected between 25 June 2021 and 10 January 2022 using the descriptive data form, Work-Related Rumination Scale, the Connor Davidson Resilience Scale, and the Compassion Fatigue Brief Scale. In the evaluation of the data; Correlation and regression analysis were used together with frequency analyses. According to the results of the research; a positive linear relationship between emotional rumination and compassion fatigue; It was determined that there was a negative linear relationship between break rumination and compassion fatigue. It has been observed that there is a positive linear relationship between problem-solving and rupture ruminations and resilience. 17.3% of the change in psychological resilience and 27.8% of the change in compassion fatigue are explained by work ruminations. It is seen that the effects of problem solving and rupture ruminations on psychological resilience are statistically significant (p<0,05), and emotional rumination has no statistically significant effect(p>0,05). The effects of emotional and detachment ruminations on compassion fatigue were statistically significant (p<0,05); It was determined that problem solving rumination did not have a significant effect (p>0,05). In line with these results, it can be said that emotional rumination affects the experience of compassion fatigue in intensive care nurses, and problem solving and detachment ruminations strengthen psychological resilience. Therefore, it can be suggested that cognitive interventions for work-related ruminations should be included in the content of support programs to be created to reduce compassion fatigue and increase psychological resilience of intensive care nurses.