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《Chinese Nursing Management》 2007-10
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A study on the ethical concerns faced by clinical nursing staff and the countermea-sures

JIN Zhenyu,CUI Renshan,LI Chunyu Quality Control Department of the Second People’s Hospital of Yanbian,Jilin province,133000 China  
Objectives: To find out the ethical concerns faced by nurses in different departments and to bring forward effective coping countermeasures. Method: Nurses working in Class-Ⅱ general hospitals in Yanbian were investigated by questionnaires to find out their status worries,cognitive worries,emotional worries,behavior worries and the relationships between these worries and the common characteristics of these nurses. SPSS was used to analyze the data. Results: The scores of status worries,cognitive worries,emotional worries were 72.94 ± 25.59,36.63 ± 11.12 and 36.01 ± 8.27 respectively. The score of status worries was related to different department significantly,there was no relationship between other ethical concerns and the common characteris-tics of nurses. There were 76.8% of nurses who imagined the coping strategies,but there were 15.9% of nurses who tolerated these ethical concerns. Conclusion: Nursing manag-ers should do their best to guide nurses to cope with the conflicts correctly. It is sug-gested that ethical division should be used to standardize the behaviors of nurses to create good work environments and resolve all kinds of inflacts.
【CateGory Index】: R47
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