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《Chinese Nursing Management》 2009-04
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Study on work stress and sub-health status of operating room nurses

ZHOU Hui, GONG Yu-hua, GUO li // The 3rd Hospital, Peking University, Beijing, 100191 China  
Objective: To investigate the work stress and sub-health status of operating room nurses, and analyze its influence factors. Methods: 70 operating room nurses from a third-grade general hospital were investigated by questionnaire. Results: The work stress of operating room nurses generated mainly from the huge workload and prolonged working hours. 76.9% nurses were in sub-health status. The sub-health status of the operating room nurses was related to their work stress, and nurses coped stress in a positive way. Conclusion: The operating room nurses were under great working stress, and many of them were in subhealth status. The administrators should pay more attention to maintain the physical and mental health of operating room nurses so as to improve the quality of nursing work in the operating room.
【CateGory Index】: R47
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