Consideration of J
Garshad Afsanehˡ, Hashemi Mitra ², Mirzaei SeyedHossein³
ˡM.Sc Nursing, Faculty member, Department of Nursing and Midwifery ,North khorasan University of Medical science, Bojnord , Iran Email: email@example.com
² Hashemi Mitra, M. Sc Statistical, North Khorasan University of Medical Science, Bojnord, Iran Email:Pajohe.firstname.lastname@example.org
³PhD student of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
Abstract: With regard to their occupational conditions, the nurses always exposed to the various stressor factors of their workplace. The research has been executed to determine the scopes of occupational stress in the occupying nurses in the hospitals of Medical Sciences of northern Khorasan. The study is a descriptive-survey. It was executed on 154 occupying nurses in the hospitals of Medical Sciences University of Northern Khorasan. The samples were selected by accidental sampling of cluster classification. Instruments for collecting data include questionnaire which contains the two parts of occupational-individual specification and occupation stress. The sampling was during one month and execution of the research was within six month. Analysis of data was in Spss 15 software, based on proportionality, through descriptive statistic analysis. The research showed that majority of individuals had experienced the least occupational stress in the scope of relation with workmates and the most one in the scope of salary, physical environment and occupational facilities. Among the individuals under study, 96 persons (62%) have experienced low stress, 45 persons (30%) average stress and 13 persons (8%) high stress. The research concluded that the managers and authorities of nurses should consider the condition and provide alternatives to reduce tensions in the nurses, increase quality of patients care and enhancing level of society health.
[Garshad Afsaneh, Hashemi Mitra, Mirzaei SeyedHossein. Consideration of Job Stress Scopes in Occupying Nurses. J Am Sci 2013;9(6):1-5]. (ISSN: 1545-1003). http://www.jofamericanscience.org. 1
Keywords: occupational stress, occupying nurses, therapy and instruction centers. Full Text 1