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Role of Organisation in Management of Stress among Nurses Working in Civil Hospital, Jhajjar


Author : Satpal and Deepak Sharma

Pages : 1307-1313
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Abstract

Introduction: Stress is a very common issue with healthcare professionals, including doctors and nurses. Stress in nurses can result in multiple negative results. Detecting stress levels at early stage can yield positive outcomes for nurses, their families and the patients they care for. There is growing concern about stress in healthcare professionals working in public hospitals; still there is lack of studies on stress among these healthcare professionals in India.
Methods: A Descriptive study using a self-administered, standardized questionnaire was conducted among nurses working in civil hospital, Jhajjar, Haryana. The research questionnaire was distributed and returned anonymously to ensure confidentiality.
Results: Of the 50 nurses in the study, most of the nurses were satisfied in their dealing with doctors but most of the nurses had problems with supervisors. The work load is another major cause of un-satisfaction. The nurses working in critical care areas have problems with excessive paperwork because they were constantly busy with serious patients. Irregular working hours are also the cause of stress among nurses. Majority of the nurses were satisfied as regards interpersonal relations. However the study revealed large Number of nurses was not satisfied with the organization’s policy of recognition for good work. The hospital has very less opportunity of advancement.
Conclusion: Study revealed large Number of nurses was not satisfied with the organization as there is lack of support by supervisors, recognition of good work and there was insufficient staff to handle workload. Majority of nurses were stressed due to excessive paperwork and that stress has led to decreased level of confidence.

Keywords: Nurses, Stress, Healthcare , Civil hospital , Jhajjar, Organization Role

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.6, No.4 (Aug-2016)

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