Witnessing Workplace Incivility towards Burnout: a Conceptual Perspective
Objective: This paper seeks to accentuate the significance in apprehension the factor, which is witnessed workplace incivility that resulted in burnout among the housemen in Malaysia where it is affecting the overall situation in healthcare industry
Methodology: This is a proposed quantitative study that will be conducted in peninsular general hospitals in Malaysia by using self-administered questionnaire which related to workplace incivility and burnout.
Implications: The study is expected to be useful as an insights for future research and it is particularly useful for the Ministry of Health in dealing with the challenging issues related to house officers nowadays.
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