Burnout Syndrome on Care Givers and The Fulfillment Needs of Care in The Post Stroke Patients at Physiotherapy Outpatient Ward in RST DR. Soepraoen

Setyoadi setyoadi, Titin Andri Wihastuti

Abstract


Caregivers in post-stroke patients reported physical and emotional symptoms of exhaustion. These symptoms lead to burnout syndrome which may result in decrease in productivity of caregivers in fulfilling the needs of post-stroke patients who were treated. The aim of this study was to identify the relationship between caregiver’s burnout syndrome and fulfillness of care needs in post-stroke patients. Design of this study was quantitative analitic correlation with cross sectional. The participants were 20 post-stroke patients and their caregiver that came to  Physiotherapy Unit at dr. Soepraoen Hospital during the study period. The data were taken using 3 questionnaires, modified MBI (Maslach Burnout Inventory), care needs of post-stroke patients questionnaires and Barthel Index. The results from Spearman Rank test with 0.05 significance indicated a relationship between caregiver’s burnout syndrome and  fulfillness of care needs in post-stroke elderly, the more severe burnout syndrome experienced by the caregivers, the more care needs of post-stroke patients are not fulfilled. Researchers provide suggestions for the next research to use more respondent and different methods to get different results.

Keywords


Care Needs, Caregiver, Post-Stroke Patients, Burnout Syndrome

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22219/jk.v9i2.5208

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