Nurses Job's Stress Determination

Nurjanah, Vausta (2017) Nurses Job's Stress Determination. In: The 1st Gorontalo International Nursing Conference, 16 - 17 Maret 2017, Gorontalo, Indonesia.

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Stress can affect the mental and physical health of a person; thus, it can decrease his/her performance in the workplace (Christos & Eleni, 2008). This fact cannot be avoided. Stress threshold is dependent on an individual’s characteristics, experiences and coping mechanisms, but the negative effects of stress can further cause disadvantages to the person, and will also have an impact on the people surrounding him/her. Compared to other general and professional service jobs, nursing requires handling complicated and dynamic occurrences under strict time pressures. Result of this quantitative descriptive correlation research found the correlations job stress level among nurses and their coping mechanism was not significant ( p value 0,18) and concludes that stress level is not related to the coping mechanisms. Based on the results of this study, a Healthy Job Stress Coping Mechanism can be created for the nurses as part of a stress management program and further studies should be conducted regarding the specifications of stress levels among small groups and homogenous job situations. The study can use the same instrument but should be conducted for special ward job stress determination. It can be used for job stress determination among emergency or ICU nurses.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Q Science > QM Human anatomy
Divisions: Proceedings > Nursing Science Study Program
Depositing User: Vausta Nurjanah
Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2018 04:12
Last Modified: 05 Sep 2018 03:25

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