Volume 13, Issue 27 (Summer 2001)                   IJN 2001, 13(27): 19-23 | Back to browse issues page

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Keighobady, S, Salemi, S, Resadi, M, Mahmoodi, M. STRESSORS OF NURSING THEORETICAL EDUCATION. IJN. 2001; 13 (27) :19-23
URL: http://ijn.iums.ac.ir/article-1-232-en.html
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  Background : The subject of stress, is an important issue in today's industrial world. In this relation occupational stress, is one of special concern and nursing education is one of stressful occupation.

  Objective : To determine the degree of tension produced by stressful factors in theoretical nursing education on nurse education.

  Design : This was a descriptive study. Information were obtained through self reporting questionnaire.

  Samples : 96 female nurse education from nursing and midwifery schools in Tehran were selected randomly.

  Results : The findings showed that the ''poor theorical preparation'' and '' lack f teaching experiences'' and the '' large number of students in class'' ''working with people with different values'' and '' maintaining professional knowledge in accordance to advancement of profession'' had the highest degree of tension for nurse educators.

Conclusion : The finings showed that from stressful factors related to theoretical education ''poor theoretical preparation'' and ''lack of teaching experiences'' had the highest level of tension, and ''creativeness, and presenting course conent'' and also ''student conselling'' had the lowest tension for nurse educators.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: nursing
Received: 2007/11/12 | Published: 2001/07/15

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