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A Study on Assessment of Stress and Its Management in Hospital Employess
Title:      A Study on Assessment of Stress and Its Management in Hospital Employess
Categories:      Special Issues
JournalID:      18.01.060101/S2018
Editor:      [Author] Mr. Noorul Amin, Dr. Muzamil Ahmad
ISSN:      2348-5396
Publisher:      RED'SHINE Publication. Inc
Publication date:      2 March 2018
Edition:      Digital
Number of pages:      35
Language:      English
Rating:      4.5 
Picture:      cover

Stress refers to the strain from the conflict between our external environment and us, leading to emotional and physical pressure. In our fast paced world, it is impossible to live without stress, whether you are a student or a working adult. There is both positive and negative stress, depending on each individual’s unique perception of the tension between the two forces. Stress bears deliberating effects on both the employees and the employer. As per Dr H seyles, Stress is defined as “a state of psychological and physiological imbalance resulting from the disparity between situational demand and the individual's ability and motivation to meet those needs”. The word stress has its origin in the Latin word string ere to draw tight. In the 17thcentury the word was used to describe affliction and hardship. The meaning of the word later included the concepts of pressure, strain or force. Today the description of stress includes an outside stimulus and the person’s response to it. Several studies have focused on the possible relation between stress, illness and different ways people respond to it. These studies distinguish the various aspects of stress which a person may face in life, e.g. stress at home, in personal life or at work. This review focuses on stress at work, with particular emphasis to the nursing profession, in an attempt to explore possible management strategies that may decrease it (Golubic etal., 2009, Lu et al. 2009).

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