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Table 4 Summary Statistics for Haemodialysis Nurses’ Work Environment, Job Satisfaction, Stress and Burnout

From: Haemodialysis work environment contributors to job satisfaction and stress: a sequential mixed methods study

     Range
  Sub-scales & Total M SD Potential Actual
Work Environment (B-PEM) Getting Things Done 3.56 0.60 1-5 1-5
Flexible Management Support 3.74 0.75 1-5 1-5
Feeling Valued 3.65 0.68 1-5 1-5
Professional Development 3.30 0.80 1-5 1-5
Total B-PEM score 92.46 15.02 26-130 30-124
Job Satisfaction (IWS) Pay 3.53 1.11 1-7 1.00-6.67
Professional Status 5.35 0.89 1-7 2.71-7.00
Interactions 4.88 1.05 1-7 1.90-7.00
Autonomy 4.84 1.08 1-7 1.57-7.00
Task Requirements 4.05 1.04 1-7 1.33-7.00
Organizational Policies 3.68 1.11 1-7 1.00-6.57
Total IWS score 191.16 31.19 44-308 98-276
Job Stress (NSS) Death and Dying 2.19 0.47 1-4 1.00-3.71
Conflict with Physicians 2.04 0.45 1-4 1.00-3.60
Inadequate Preparation 2.07 0.50 1-4 1.00-3.67
Lack of Support 1.98 0.63 1-4 1.00-4.00
Conflict With Other Nurses 1.95 0.51 1-4 1.00-3.80
Workload 2.29 0.52 1-4 1.00-4.00
Uncertainty Concerning Treatment 2.04 0.50 1-4 1.00-3.80
Total NSS score 71.48 12.16 34-136 34-105
Burnout (MBI) Emotional Exhaustion 29.59 12.11 9-63 9-63
Personal Accomplishment 39.93 7.29 5-56 8-56
Depersonalization 11.89 6.51 5-34 5-34
Total score (not applicable)