A novéri munka magatartás-tudományi vizsgálata: Pszichoszomatikus tünetek, munkahelyi stressz, társas támogatás

Translated title of the contribution: Behavioral science approach to nursing profession: Psychosomatic symptoms - Job-related stress - Social support

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Abstract

Study of psychosocial work environment in health care and in other non-profit organizations has not gotten priority so far. Workers in the units that are organized by inefficient management skills are more susceptible to the harmful psychological, health and social consequences of everyday work. The main goal of present analysis was to investigate nurses' work conditions and their psychosomatic health as a part of the ongoing Nurse Study in Csongrád county. 420 nurses participated in the study among whom 218 were registered and 202 student nurses. Self-administered questionnaire was used as a method of data collection which contained various items on sociodemographics, psychosomatic symptoms, other psychosocial health variables, job-related stress and emotional load, and social support from peers. Based on the results of the multiple regression analyses it can be concluded that nurses' psychosomatic health was mainly influenced by the characteristics of their psychosocial work environment. The management should pay attention to establish team structures which could help in coping with job-related stress and providing social support.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)318-325
Number of pages8
JournalLege Artis Medicinae
Volume11
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Behavioral Sciences
Social Support
Nursing
Nurses
Health
Nonprofit Organizations
Psychological Stress
Regression Analysis
Students
Psychology
Delivery of Health Care

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