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Predictive factors affecting stress among nurses providing care at COVID-19 isolation hospitals at Egypt.

Authors
  • Hendy, Abdelaziz1
  • Abozeid, Ahmed2
  • Sallam, Gehan3
  • Abboud Abdel Fattah, Hadya4
  • Ahmed Abdelkader Reshia, Fadia5, 6
  • 1 Assistant Lecturer at Pediatric Nursing Faculty of Nursing Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt. , (Egypt)
  • 2 Assistant Lecturer at Medical Surgical Nursing Faculty of Nursing Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt. , (Egypt)
  • 3 Clinical Research Nurse at Obstetrics and Gynecology Department UAE University College of Medicine and Health Sciences Al Ain United Arab Emirates. , (United Arab Emirates)
  • 4 Senior Lecturer at Fatima College of Health Sciences Al Ain United Arab Emirates. , (United Arab Emirates)
  • 5 Assistant professor at Department of Nursing College of Applied Medical Sciences Jouf University Sakākā Saudi Arabia. , (Saudi Arabia)
  • 6 Lecturer at Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Faculty of Nursing Mansoura University Mansoura Egypt. , (Egypt)
Type
Published Article
Journal
Nursing open
Publication Date
Oct 11, 2020
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1002/nop2.652
PMID: 33230420
Source
Medline
Keywords
Language
English
License
Unknown

Abstract

To examine predictive factors affecting stress among nurses providing care at COVID-19 Isolation Hospitals at Egypt. A cross-sectional study conducted in five Isolation governmental hospitals for COVID-19. 374 nurses included at the study. Characteristic forms, factors affecting nurses' stress and Nursing Stress Scale (NSS) were used to collect data. (52.1%) of studied nurses had moderate level of total nursing stress scale. Also, (26.2%) of them had severe level, while (13.4% & 8.3%) of them had mild and normal level, respectively. Mean SD score of studied nurses regarding to total nursing stress scale was 99.47 ± 10.671. Training for COVID-19, availability of PPE, educational level and attention of hospital administration were negative predictor factors for nurses' stress, while having children, people showed that COVID-19 is stigma, fears of infection, workplace, fear of transmission infection for family and nurse to patient ratio were positive predictors. © 2020 The Authors. Nursing Open published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

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