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Objective: The objective of this study is to explore the mediating role of professional commitment of undergraduate nursing students between positive psychological capital and learning burnout.
Methods: A cluster sampling method was used to survey 442 students of a bachelor's degree in freshman to junior in a medical college in Shaanxi Province.
Results: Professional commitment was positively related to positive psychological capital (r=0.487, P<0.01), while positive psychological capital and professional commitment were negatively related to learning burnout (r= -0.456, r= -0.411, P all <0.01). There are certain mediating effects of professional commitment in relationship between positive psychological capital and learning burnout. The mediating effect value of professional commitment is - 0.0651, accounting for 16.05% of the total effect.
Conclusion: Nursing educators in medical colleges and universities should focus on developing and training the positive psychological capital of undergraduate nursing students, thereby enhancing and stabilizing their professional commitment level and reducing the risk of learning burnout.