A study to assess the occupational stress and job satisfaction of staff nurses working at psychiatric unit, government general hospital, Kurnool
Satish Kumar Passyavula
Hanning et al. (200) performed the study on the stress and its impact on patients care over 300 Psychiatric nurses in Wales. In the study the impact of stressed staff caring of vulnerable individuals was discussed. The study shows that half of the respondents ware found to be over extended and highly emotional. One is seven experienced little or no satisfaction while one in our admitted that they have negative attitude towards their client. Critical care and long term work is itself inherently stress full. It has been documented that work stress leads to emotional exhaustion has been well documented and has the link between work stress and more serious & enduring mental disturbance. The health care industries have experienced for found changes during the past several decades. Nursing as a health care profession and a major component of the health care delivery system is significantly affected by shifts in the health care industry, especially in long term illness care. Thus they undergo tremendous stress in their occupational life as well as their personal life.
Satish Kumar Passyavula. A study to assess the occupational stress and job satisfaction of staff nurses working at psychiatric unit, government general hospital, Kurnool. Int J Adv Psychiatric Nurs 2019;1(1):08-09. DOI: 10.33545/26641348.2019.v1.i1a.4