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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness Of Progressive Muscle Relaxation Therapy on Stress among Staff Nurses Working In Selected Hospitals at Vadodara City ” Ms .

  title={A Study to Assess the Effectiveness Of Progressive Muscle Relaxation Therapy on Stress among Staff Nurses Working In Selected Hospitals at Vadodara City ” Ms .},
  author={Palaka C Patel},
Stress is a multidimensional phenomenon which is focused on dynamic relationship between the individual and the environment. Studies indicated that medical professionals such as Medical students, Nurses and Nursing students experience many stressor agents. Hospitals are considered as one of the most stressful work environments, because there, it is the matter of humans’ death and life. Nursing profession is generally perceived as a stressful and demanding profession. It is both physically and… Expand

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