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Prevalence of Burnout among University Academic Staff in Uganda; Does Gender Matter?
(Clinical Psychiatry, 2020)
More than half the educators in high-income countries suffer from burnout, which has detrimental effects for lecturers’ wellbeing, to the effectiveness of institutions of learning and students ’ care outcomes. In ...
Burnout Levels among Professional Counselors in Butabika and Mulago National Referral Hospitals in Uganda
(American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS), 2015)
Counseling profession places unique demands on care-providers and has negative consequences. This study explored prevalence of burnout and its preventive measures among professional counselors in Butabika and Mulago national ...
Burnout and Associated Factors among Hospital-Based Nurses in Northern Uganda: A Cross-Sectional Survey
(BioMed Research International, 2022)
Background. Burnout is a public health problem that disproportionately affects nurses in sub-Saharan Africa because of the weak health systems that create an unconducive workplace environment. In Uganda, there is limited ...