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Comparison Tolerance and Perceived Stress among Nurses in the Psychiatric Ward and Special Care Unit
Azade Ghanizade , Ali Shaker Dioulagh *
Department of Psychology, Urmia Branch, Islamic Azad University, Urmia, Iran , ali.shaker2000@gmail.com
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Introduction: Nurses' Health care workers should be the same as its role in health care, health and education, health system management, patient care play. Nurse in building an important relationship with the patient and supportive care he has an important role. The present study aimed to compare the tolerability and Perceived Stress in the psychiatric ward and intensive care nurses was conducted in Urmia in 1395.
Methods: This was causal-comparative study. The population consisted of all nurses psychiatric wards and intensive was urmia city that sample 149 nurses in psychiatric wards and intensive care hospitals in Urmia with random cluster sampling method using two sample t-test and MANOVA (multivariate analysis of variance) were analyzed. The tools used in this study to evaluate the tolerability and nurses were stress tolerance questionnaire Novak and Guest (1998) and perceived stress Cohen et al (1983).
Results: Statistical analysis showed that the tolerability of patients in all its dimensions including tolerance development, physical development, social tolerance and tolerance, but tolerance emotionally dependent on time Nurses, intensive care nurses on average more than psychological and Average component of stress in intensive care unit nurses for psychiatric nurses is significantly higher than average.
Conclusions: According to the results of this study, the tolerability of patients and stress in intensive care nurses on average more than psychological. The conclusion does indicate According to tolerate stress in nurses, Learn to reduce stress and increase quality of care can be effective.
 
Keywords: Tolerance, Psychological Pressure, Nurses, Psychiatric Ward, Intensive Care Unit
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Type of Study: Critical Care Nursing | Subject: behavioral sciences
Received: 2017/02/26
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ghanizade A, Shaker Dioulagh A. Comparison Tolerance and Perceived Stress among Nurses in the Psychiatric Ward and Special Care Unit. IJNR. 2018; 13 (4) :32-38
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