Job Stress and Self-Efficacy among Psychiatric Nursing Working in Mental Health Hospitals at Cairo , Egypt

@inproceedings{Zaki2016JobSA,
  title={Job Stress and Self-Efficacy among Psychiatric Nursing Working in Mental Health Hospitals at Cairo , Egypt},
  author={Rania. A. Zaki},
  year={2016}
}
  • Rania. A. Zaki
  • Published 2016
Nursing stress is considered a problem that affects the practice worldwide. Job stress is a harmful response physically and emotionally when the nurses' skills, resources, and needs could not fulfill the requirement of the job. This study was aimed to assess job stress and selfefficacy among psychiatric nursing working in mental health hospitals at Cairo, Egypt. The study was conducted in two setting , 1 was El Abassia mental health hospital and 2 was Institute of Psychiatry affiliated to Ain… CONTINUE READING
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