Psychological Burnout Among Working Professionals With people with disabilities

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Suheir. S. Sabah



This study aimed to identify the burnout degree among professionals who serve people with disabilities, using the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), Participants were 140 randomly selected workers serving individuals with disabilities in Palestine. It concludes that the burnout degree of professionals working with people with disabilities, was high, and emotional exhaustion and depersonalization were high in frequency and degree of intensity. Personal accomplishment was moderate in intensity and frequency.  Finally, there are positive and significant relationships between burnout feeling frequency and intensity among workers with disabilities. there are no statistically significant differences in the level of psychological burnout, according to the gender , years of experience, job title, and institution specialization field of the staff member except years of experience.

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