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burnout

[′bərn‚au̇t]
(aerospace engineering)
An act or instance of fuel or oxidant depletion or of depletion of both at once.
The time at which this depletion occurs.
The point on a rocket trajectory at which this depletion occurs.
(electricity)
Failure of a device due to excessive heat produced by excessive current.
(engineering)
An instance of a device or a part overheating so as to result in destruction or damage.
(graphic arts)
A degree of exposure of a diazo-coated material that renders the film incapable of producing density when developed because the photosensitive diazo component has been destroyed.
(nucleonics)
To receive the greatest amount of radiation permissible during a given time.
The point at which the heat flux across a surface causes film-blanketing of the surface, resulting in a drop in the film heat-transfer coefficient, overheating, and possible surface failure.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These mutually incompatible roles along with inconsistent and behavioural demands contribute immensely to the job burnout rate.6,7 Therefore, job burnout leads to the shortage of nurses all over the world and creates a huge gap between the needed and the available nurses to cater to the demands of the healthcare services.8
Areas of worklife: A structured approach to organizational predictors of job burnout. In: Perrewe PL, Ganster DC, editors.
Although some studies have focused on the factors that lead to burnout from a job and organisational perspective (Larson, 1997; Chong & Monroe, 2015), little attention was given to how individual characteristics can impact job burnout. In addition, Smith, Davy, and Everly (2007) noted that early role stress studies focused primarily on the direct relationship between job-related stressors and key outcomes, such as job satisfaction, often resulting in mixed results.
In the current study, the researcher has examined to find the relevant and effect of job stress, social support and job burnout dimensions among the faculty members in Malakand Division KPK Pakistan.
Although widely used and validated instruments exist for the measurement of job burnout, but the need of assessing it to a closure level is mandatory where human behaviours need to be ideally associated with the theoretical causes of teachers' burnout.
Serial multiple mediation of organizational commitment and job burnout in the relationship between psychological capital and anxiety in Chinese female nurses: A cross-sectional questionnaire survey.
(40) In evaluating the evidence for practicing mindfulness to prevent burnout, six studies involving health care professionals and teachers who received mindfulness training over a span of two to eight weeks showed a significant decrease in job burnout. (41) Shanafelt argues that training physicians in the art of mindful practice has the ability to promote physician health through work.
[11.] Lee RT, Ashforth BE: A meta-analytic examination of correlates of the 3 dimensions of job burnout. J Appl Psychol.
Also the findings of Biglu (2012) on job burnout among public library personnel in Ardabil revealed that there was positive relationship between occupational burnout and gender.
In addition to that, job burnout is the outcome of emotional exhaustion for those employees who are facing high work demands (Galetta, 2016).
Job burnout has been shown to be predicted by job satisfaction among PE teachers (Carraro, Gobbi, Moe', 2017).