Background. In most research exploring sources of stress and coping in nursing students stress has been construed as psychological distress. Sources of stress likely to enhance well-being and, by implication, learning have not been considered. Method. A questionnaire was administered to 171 final year nursing students in 2008.
Research paper MIDWIVES’ PERCEPTIONS OF WORK RELATED STRESS IN MIDWIFERY IN MALTA Lauren Marie Grech, Christie Hili Department of Midwifery, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malta Abstract. Work-related stress (WRS) is a major issue in healthcare, with the midwifery profession ranked as one of the most stressful occupations. This issue in midwifery has not yet been addressed in.
Stress negatively impacts upon physical and mental health. Pharmacy students demonstrate higher stress than the general population. Mindfulness may improve pharmacy students' stress and distress levels. The purpose of this study was to assess the quantitative effects of a mindfulness-based intervention on pharmacy student stress, distress.
The Epidemiology of Prolapse and Incontinence Questionnaire (EPIQ) is a self-administered instrument designed to identify prevalence and risk factors for bothersome female pelvic floor disorders (PFD) in population based research. 1 The entire questionnaire is a 16-page document that includes demographic, medical and obstetric history along with 22 stem questions related to urinary and bowel.
Complete this simple stress test to measure the stress in your life. This stress test uses the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS). It forms part of a wider-ranging self-assessment undertaken by participants of the Be Mindful course which includes tests for Depression (PHQ9) and Anxiety (GAD7) as well.
Research Paper: Executive Functions in Students With Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Symptoms. Introduction: This study aimed to investigate and compare the executive functions of students with depression, anxiety, and stress symptoms with those functions in healthy ones. Methods: This study was a comparative and non-clinical analysis. The study population comprised all students of Shahid.
The survey was conducted using a web-based questionnaire accessible through the CIOB website. The sample consisted of 847 construction industry professionals, the majority of whom were construction managers. The results show that the majority of respondents (68.2%) had suffered from stress, anxiety or depression as a direct result of working in the construction industry. The main causes of.
The data gathering instrument is the questionnaire or survey sheet. This survey was used to determine the student’s perception about their stressors and knowledge about stress. It is based on the study entitled “stress management as perceived by students” in 2009. The questionnaire is composed of a 12 different questions about stress. The.