Nursing Professionals and Nursing Students’ Stress and Concerns Associated to Clinical Practice

José M. Augusto Landa, Manuel Pulido Martos and Esther Laópez Zafra
University of Jaén, Spain

Series: Nursing – Issues, Problems and Challenges
BISAC: MED058000

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This new book reviews the studies that have addressed the analysis of stress´s sources for both professionals and students of Nursing. A wide corpus of studies has analyzed, since the 1980´s, the sources of stress that future nursing professionals may suffer. However, there are few analyses comparing stressors between students and professionals. This book compares the most relevant findings in the literature about the subject with two studies that we have conducted in Spain with samples of nursing professionals and students. (Imprint: Nova)

Abstract

Introduction: Stress and Nursing

Sources of stress in nursing students

Studies focusing on the academic context as the main source of stress

Studies focusing on clinical practice as the main source of stress

Studies supporting that both academic and clinical aspect are equally important sources of stress

Sources of stress in nursing professionals

Nurse sources of stress: the case of Spain

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