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Job Stress of Medical Staffs in General Hospital

WANS Yu-lin,LIU Bi-ying,WANG Rui the Second Xiangya Hospital,South Central University,Changsha,410011 China  
Objective:To explore the job stress status of medical staffs in general hospital.Methods:A total of 201 medical staffs were sampled from a general hospital in Changsha City,Hunan Province, and their job stress levels were evaluated by the Medical Job Stress Inventory.Results:The subjects from internal medicine department showed significantly higher job stress level than those from surgical department;and the doctors group showed higher stress level in the interpersonal subscale than the nurses group.Conclusion:It is important to pay attention to medical staff's job stress and job burnout in order to improve their mental health levels.
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