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Factors Associated With Organizational Stress Among Intensive Care Unit Healthcare Workers In Somalia Hospital PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 28 July 2012 13:13

J Hussein, I Aniza, J Ahmad Taufik

ABSTRACT

A cross-sectional study was conducted in two hospitals in Hargeisa city to determine the job and organizational stress among nurses and doctors in ICU and its influencing factors. A universal sampling method was carried out and one hundred and twenty questionnaires were distributed among nurses and doctors working in intensive care units of two hospitals on different shift duties; morning, afternoon, night and rotation shifts. The response rate was 83.3%. Regression analysis showed that approximately 88% (adjusted R square = 0.889) of the variation in stress mean score was explained by the background variables. Experience, role overload, physical environment and marital status were significant predictors.

 Key words: Job stress, intensive care unit organizational stress, Somalia Hospital.

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