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A Pilot Study on Newly Graduated Nurses' Personal Vulnerability for Burnout

Authors Danilo Garcia
Kevin M. Cloninger
Max Rapp-Ricciardi
Clara Amato
Alexandre Granjard
Marko Mihailovic
Ali Al Nima
Erik Lindskär
Patricia Rosenberg
Nigel Lester
Jonas Kullberg
Cecilia Fagerström
C. Robert Cloninger
Published in 31st Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. Washington, D.C., USA
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Psychology
Language en
Keywords Character, Temperament, Nurses, Personality, Resilience, Well-Being.
Subject categories Nursing education, Psychology


Nurses’ work is characterized by overload and hard decisions. Despite 80% of new ly graduated nurses being socially warm and dedicated, 72.97% lacked purpose and meaning and felt ineffective and disconnected from the rest of the world. Moreover, 51.70% had a personality profile with high risk for burnout and ill-being.

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