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The Convergent Relationship of Fatigue, CPR-related Stress and Job Satisfaction Long-term Care Hospital Nurses
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The Convergent Relationship of Fatigue, CPR-related Stress and Job Satisfaction Long-term Care Hospital Nurses
Cha, Ju-Ae; Kang, Seung-Ju;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to understand Fatigue and CPR-related stress level anddob Job satisfaction of long-term Care Hospital nurses. The participants were 220 Care Hospital nurses in Gwang Ju and Chonnam region. Data were collected from November 17 to 30, 2014. and analyzed with SPSS 20.0 version program. The mean value for CPR-related stress was point, point for Fatigue and point for Job satisfaction. Depending on subjects` characteristic, CPR-related stress and fatigue showed significant difference due to gender and manpower, however, Job satisfaction showed no difference. CPR-related stress was positively correlated with fatigue. CPR-related stress accounted for 27.8% of the cause of fatigue. Results of the study suggested seeking countermeasure to diminish the stress level for flexible nursing resources management and putting efforts to provide comfortable hospital environment. in consideration of the convergent relationship between CPR-related stress, Fatigue and Job satisfaction.
 Keywords
Long-term Care Hospital nurses;CPR-related stress;Fatigue;Convergence;
 Language
Korean
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