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|Other Titles: ||The study of work stresses and coping strategies for nursing staff in the hospice ward-comparison between Taiwan and Mainland|
|Authors: ||鄭惠文;Cheng, Huey-ween|
林惠如;Lin, Hung-ru;蘇起;Su, Chi
|Keywords: ||安寧療護;安寧護理人員;工作壓力;壓力反應;因應策略;Hospice;Hospice nursing staff;Work stress;Stress response;Coping strategy|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:29:04 (UTC+8)|
Since the late 80''s, hospice care has been developed rapidly both in cross-straits. Despite of the same source of culture, the cultivation of medical professionals for cross-straits is quite different due to political reasons and dissimilar social environments. Hospice nurses, in two kinds of working backgrounds, might show their different needs and expectations in medical careers.
The main purpose of this study is to discuss and analyze the relations between three factors: work stresses, responses to stresses and coping strategies for the hospice nurses in cross-straits. Besides, to understand their current work stresses, the correlation between individual characteristics with the three factors will be further researched. The study is done by the cross-sectional study with structure-based questionnaires. After the analysis, the conclusions are as follows:
1.After the comparison of hospice nurses’ basic information, we found the proportions of their ages, years of work, marital statuses, hiring types, training and whether families knowing their jobs are quite similar. As for the highest educational background, junior colleges of nursing are more popular in Taiwan, but schools in Mainland China. For religious beliefs, the majority is “none” in cross-straits.
2.“Work loading” is the primary source of stresses in cross-straits.
3.Different sequence of responses to stresses, “Mentally” in Taiwan, and “Physically” in China.
4.For coping strategies of stresses, “Solve Problem” is the first priority in cross-straits. The top five strategies are all positive – facing and solving problems and asking for assistance.
5.There is a positive relation between stresses and responses to stresses in cross-straits.
6.Same variations of stresses are highly related to that of responses to stresses in cross-straits.
7.Same variations of responses to stresses are highly related to that of coping strategies in cross-straits.
Finally, we would offer concrete suggestions based on results of the study, which might be used for reference of any further research of hospice nurses and medical organizations in cross-straits.
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