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exploratory study into the occupational stress and the coping mechanisms of paediatric nurses.
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc. Clin. Psych.) - North East London Polytechnic, Psychology Department, 1984.
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Introduction. Policing has been widely studied for occupational stress and post-traumatic stress disorder with the results suggesting it is a high-stress career [1, 2].The resultant stress on police officers (POs) due to the daily activities of policing is otherwise known as ‘police stress’ .Career-related factors, such as work environment and bureaucratic structure, social and familial. This study suggests that Mahamantra chanting may be an effective stress coping technique for nurses experiencing high levels of stress. This study compares favourably to previous studies where coping techniques like prayer, mind-body interventions, and music were found to be effective for stress reduction [,,, ]. Reducing stress may have.
high level of stress. This study reveals the frequency of stressful events faced by the grade III police constables and stress coping strategies used by them. A standard questionnaire was used to find out the demographic profile, frequency of stress and coping strategies. grade III constables are taken into account for this study. Occupational stress (Job stress/Work stress) relates to one's job. The objective of this paper is to present an exploratory study on occupational stress, to bring out its causative factors and impacts. Occupational stress has been viewed as a strong work hazard. It is found to be a multivariate phenomenon. Work related stress.
The influence of Lazarus and Folkman's () transactional theory of stress and coping is remarkable and remains the cornerstone of psychological stress and coping research across multiple fields. In this chapter we review the key components of this theory, focusing specifically on the effectiveness of the problem‐focused and emotion. Emergency department(ED) nurses work in a rapidly changing environment with patients that have wide variety of conditions. Occupational stress in emergency department nurses is a common problem. The purpose of this study was to describe the relationship between coping strategies and occupational stress among ED nurses in China.
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Support is the most popular way for nurses to cope with stress, (b) nurses prefer to use adaptive coping strat-egies, and (c) nurses use problem-focussed strategies more than emotion-focussed strategies (Lim, Bogossian, & Ahern, ). Given that these favourable ﬁndings seem to sit uncomfortably beside evidence of high levels of nurse stress.
Purpose: This study is aimed at comparing the level of occupational stress, ways of coping and the quality of life among nurses Methods: Descriptive. explanatory design was used with nurses working in King Abdul Aziz Hospital in Jeddah, Mental Health Hospital in Jeddah, and Dr.
Suleiman Fa-keeh Hospital in Jeddah. Introduction. Occupational stress within the nursing profession is a significant global problem (Hamdan-Mansour et al.,Lambert and Lambert,Ward, ).One line of research has focussed upon how nurses cope with the stress that is inherent within their roles (Burgess et al.,Lin et al., ).The authors of a recent systematic review of Australian research reached Cited by: A Study on the Occupational Stress, Job Satisfaction and Job Performance among Hospital Nurses in Ilam, Iran Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research 12(6) June.
The present study investigates the role of both occupational stress, and two coping methods, problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping, in the prediction of job satisfaction among health. Nursing is acknowledged as a stressful occupation, and the negative impact of high stress levels have been widely researched.
Less attention has been paid to methods for coping with stress. The researchers conducted a study to explore and identify how nurses cope with work-related stress away from their work environments. Six focus groups were conducted with 38 nurses, including nursing.
This study explored the relationships among coping strategies, occupational stress, and Emotional Intelligence in newly hired oncology nurses, as well as the degree to which Emotional Intelligence moderated the use of coping strategies in the presence of occupational stress.
In this introduction to the special issue, the current key issues in the area of occupational, stress and its management are summarized. These include the link between stress and ill health, job. A total of 90 emergency department nurses from three large teaching hospitals were studied.
The aim of the study was to investigate the sources of occupational stress and coping strategies among nurses. The greatest proportion of respondents was women (%), between years old, had less than 5 years of clinical experience (%). (Table 1). An area of research germane to occupational stress is the burgeoning field of workplace health and wellbeing.
Individuals today are on a quest for happiness, meaningfulness, and inner peace, yet many find this pursuit challenging due to stress at work and home. Occupational stress can have far-reaching consequences. This empirical study aimed at examining the sources, effects, and the coping strategies of occupational stress among special educators in India.
The Government policies are tailored to enhance the education of children with disabilities, but very few of these policies focus the special educators who take care of students with disabilities.
Introduction. Stress has been defined by Brooker 1 as a combination of factors (physical, chemical or psychological) that poses a threat to the homeostasis of an organism and produces defensive responses such as physical or emotional trauma, or infection.
It is described as occupational stress if one sustains the stress during working activities. Stress can affect different people in different. The aim of this study was to investigate the occupational stress of Iranian critical care unit (CCU) nurses and its related demographic factors.
Results: In this cross-sectional study, CCU. ional stresses, coping mechanisms, and work engagement mayenhance the work performance ofaviationcrews. There-fore, the purpose of this exploratory research study was to examine occupational stress, coping mechanisms, work per-formance among Chinese aviation maintenance professionals, provide recommendations to the aviation maintenance com.
descriptive information on occupational stress among nurses and effective coping strategies used in handling work-related stress. Research questions were formulated to assist the writers in meeting their objective during the research process.
Narrative literature review methodology was used to answer the set research questions. Conclusion. This study has demonstrated that most radiographers in Ghana are stressed. However, they cope well with problem-solving mechanisms.
This suggests that the decrease in number of radiographers within various facilities in Ghana by 30% may not necessarily be caused by stress but other factors which need to be investigated.
Nursing is perceived as a strenuous job. Although past research has documented that stress influences nurses’ health in association with quality of life, the relation between stress and caring behaviors remains relatively unexamined, especially in the Greek working environment, where it is the first time that this specific issue is being studied.
A great deal of research has been conducted over recent years in the field of occupational stress and its relationship to physical and mental illness. This paper attempts to provide a framework for examining this work, with the dual objectives of broadening the existing psychological literature with the extensive medical data available and also.
The purpose of this study is twofold: to understand the history of stress related problems, and to provide suitable model that brings all ways of coping mechanism into one. Defense mechanisms, as a rule, do not result in psychiatric disorders but are very helpful in coping with the stress.
The use of defense mechanisms does not predict the development of a psychiatric disorder in the future. Drinking milk from the younger brother's cup is an example of regression; it is not an example of displacement.
The use of. however, little research has been conducted to determine what role coping mechanisms for stress play in teacher stress. This study examined the levels of occupational stress and coping mechanisms utilized by Utah secondary agriculture and non-agriculture teachers. Upon identifying coping mechanisms teachers utilized, results were analyzed.Defining Coping Mechanisms.
Psychologists Richard Lazarus and Susan Folkman scientifically defined coping as the sum of cognitive and behavioural efforts, which are constantly changing, that aim to handle particular demands, whether internal or external, that are viewed as taxing or demanding.
Simply put, coping is an activity we do to seek and apply solutions to stressful situations or. de Vibe et al. Mindfulness training for stress management: RCT study of medical & psychology students.
BMC Medical Education. 13/ Berto R. The role of nature in coping with psych-physiological stress: a literature review on restorativeness. Behaviour Sciences 4.