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Relationship between nurses' job stress and procrastination: case study
Nazanin Farzi Ms *, Aynaz Bahlakeh Mrs, Gholamreza Bordbar Mr
yazd university, rasht, golsar street, 91 alley, 17 , nazanin_farzi@yahoo.com
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Introduction: A nurse has a high degree of stress, due to the nature of his/her job. Despite the stress they cope with, doing duties without procrastination is vital and high attentional. Aim: this study was done for identification relationship between job stress and procrastination among clinical nurses in one hospital. Methods and Materials: this study was a descriptive-analytic study. Nurses (144) were selected simple randomly from different units in Shohadaye Kargar hospital in Yazd city. Data was collected by Eliot Job Stress Questionnaire (1994) and questionnaire of procrastination. Nurses were classified into four domains in Eliot Stress questionnaire high self-esteem, having healthy life, depression feeling and psychological crisis. Procrastination questionnaire was designed according to three individual, organizational and environmental factors. Reliability of instruments with regard to &alpha Cronbachchr('39')s were (0.75 and 0.76) and their validities by confirmation factor analysis were (0.64 and 0.67, respectively. Data analyzed by Pearson Correlation Coefficient (&alpha=0.01) test, under SPSS 20 were used for data analysis. Findings: findings showed that mean of nurseschr('39') stress (60.13) and procrastination (46) in fact nurses had high level of stress, depression feeling and procrastination. Results of Pearson Correlation test also showed that Correlation Coefficient has a positive(r=0.76) and significant (p=0.00) relationship with nurseschr('39') job stress. Moreover, there was a positive and significant relationship between individual (p=0.00), organizational (p=0.00) and environmental (p=0.00) procrastination factors and job stress, the highest of which has been related to individual (r=0.628) and then organizational factors (0.585) with (p=0.00). Conclusion: In this hospital, nurse managers would be decreased work load by work scheduling according individual characteristics, workshop in stress management and consultation. And also, selection they based on kind of personality, age and perfectionism would be decreased procrastination.

Keywords: environmental factors procrastination, individual factors procrastination, nurse\'s job organizational factors
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Received: 2014/03/6 | Accepted: 2015/08/10 | Published: 2016/01/6
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farzi N, bahlakeh A, Bordbar G. Relationship between nurses' job stress and procrastination: case study. مدیریت پرستاری. 2015; 4 (2)
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فصلنامه مدیریت پرستاری Quarterly Journal of Nursing Management
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