Psikoterapi Pemberdayaan: Berbagi Tiga Hal Baik untuk Mengatasi Burnout Perawat di Era COVID-19

  • Sri Nining Universitas Indonesia
  • Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati Universitas Indonesia
  • La Ode Abdul Rahman Universitas Indonesia
  • Lilis Rayatin RSUPN Dr Cipto Mangunkusumo

Abstract

This study aims to identify problems and determine improvement strategies to overcome burnout nurses. The research method used is a case report to assess quality improvement with an 8-step approach to change starting from problems with observation and screening of burnout using the Maslach Burnout Inventory Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS), analysis using a fishbone approach, determining improvement strategies, implementing and program evaluation. The results showed that 55% of nurses experienced a decrease in self-esteem, but through the Empowerment Psychotherapy program: Three Good Things, which was carried out for two weeks, it was able to reduce the burnout level of nurses as assessed by the Mini Z burnout survey. In conclusion, Empowerment Psychotherapy: Three Good Things can overcome nurse burnout problems. It is recommended that the implementation of this program be carried out thoroughly in all work units.

Keywords: Burnout Management, Nurses, Empowerment Psychotherapy, Three Good Things

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Published
2021-12-12
How to Cite
Nining, S., Hariyati, R., Rahman, L., & Rayatin, L. (2021). Psikoterapi Pemberdayaan: Berbagi Tiga Hal Baik untuk Mengatasi Burnout Perawat di Era COVID-19. Journal of Telenursing (JOTING), 3(2), 687-698. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.31539/joting.v3i2.2985
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