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:: Volume 10, Issue 36 (Spring 1401 2022) ::
NPWJM 2022, 10(36): 58-67 Back to browse issues page
The relationship between job stress and spiritual health of nurses working in inpatient wards of Covid 19 disease: A case study of Afzalipour Educational and Medical Center, Kerman, Iran
Maysam Yousefi , Anahita Behzadi , Sedigheh Sadat Mousavi , Nosrat Avaznejad , Zakieh Ostadahmadi , Faramarz Ehsani
kerman university of medical science
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Introduction: This study was aimed to investigate the relationship between job stress and spiritual health of nurses working in the inpatient wards of the Covid-19 disease.
Methods and Materials:The present descriptive-cross-sectional study done in 2019, examined the job stress and spiritual health of nurses working in the inpatient wards of the Covid-19  in Afzalipur Medical Education Center, Kerman, Iran. 177 nurses were selected using simple random sampling from wards  where patients with coronavirus were hospitalized. The data collection tools were a three-part demographic characteristics questionnaire, HSS-35 hospital job stress scale, and SWBS spiritual well-being scale. Data analysis done through SPSS software Ver.22 and GraphPad Prism software version 8 was used to draw graphs.
Results: The mean age of nurses was 34.93 ± 8.39 years. The highest number of nurses were women (86.4%). The mean total scores of job stress and spiritual health of nurses were 3.40 and 3.76, respectively. There was a significant relationship between job stress and spiritual health of nurses in COVID-19 special wards (P  0.004). The relationship between job stress and nurses' age was significant (P  0.002). The mean of job stress was significantly different between people with different work histories (P  0.000).
ConclusionThe results showed the level of job stress of nurses working in COVID-19 wards was high. Since there is a significant relationship between job stress caused by the covid-19 and spiritual health, hospital managers, especially nursing managers should strive to improve the situation while provide stress management training for nurses.
Article number: 6
Keywords: Job Stress, Spiritual Health, Nurse, hospital, COVID-19
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/06/21 | Accepted: 2022/09/19 | Published: 2022/12/9
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Yousefi M, Behzadi A, Mousavi S S, avaznejad N, ostadahmadi Z, ehsani F. The relationship between job stress and spiritual health of nurses working in inpatient wards of Covid 19 disease: A case study of Afzalipour Educational and Medical Center, Kerman, Iran. NPWJM 2022; 10 (36) : 6
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