Clinical and Experimental Psychology

Abdel Aziz Thabet

Abdel Aziz Thabet

Southern Nigeria

  • Research Article
    Job Stressors, Coping and Resilience among Nurses in Gaza Strip
    Author(s): Elqerenawi AY, Abdel Aziz Thabet and Vostanis PElqerenawi AY, Abdel Aziz Thabet and Vostanis P

    Aim: This study aims were to find type of work stressors, used coping strategies, and resilience factors and relationship between stressors and coping strategies as mediating factors and resilience as outcome among Palestinian nurses working in Gaza Strip. Method: This study builds on existing evidence by considering exposure to work-related stressors, as well as on factors associated with later coping and resilience. The sample consisted of 275 randomly selected nurses from representative health services in Gaza, who completed the Nurse Stress Scale, The Connor-Davidson resilience scale, and Brief-COPE. Results: The most commonly reported job stressors were attending death of a patient, physician not being present when a patient dies, criticism by a supervisor, and fear of making a mistake while treating their patients. The mean score of nurses work stressors was 88.7. Nurses commonl.. View More»

    DOI: 10.4172/2471-2701.1000159

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