Resilience, compassion satisfaction, occupational stress, and burnout in student audiologists. (2022)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Degree NameMaster of Audiology
Aims: The purpose of this study was to gain a clearer understanding of the relationship between student audiologists’ level of resilience and their professional quality of life, and to determine if any variables can predict student burnout.
Methods: A total of 35 student audiologists from New Zealand, America, South Africa, and Hong Kong participated in this quantitative cross-sectional study. An online Qualtrics survey was used to collect data by combining three questionnaires and a demographics section to measure students’ level of resilience (Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale, CD-RISC), audiology occupational stress (AOSQ), compassion satisfaction and burnout (Professional quality of life instrument, ProQOL 5).
Results: Regression analysis showed that resilience and compassion satisfaction were both significant predictors of burnout in student audiologists. Higher levels of compassion satisfaction and resilience were associated with lower levels of burnout. Overall stress was significantly correlated with resilience, compassion satisfaction and burnout. Age and overall stress were also significantly related, with younger students reporting higher overall stress.
Conclusion: Student audiologists have above average resilience and are at low to moderate risk for experiencing burnout.
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