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Relationships between Staff Nurses' Satisfaction with Quality of Work and their Levels of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress in Critical Care Units

@inproceedings{Elaal2014RelationshipsBS,
  title={Relationships between Staff Nurses' Satisfaction with Quality of Work and their Levels of Depression, Anxiety, and Stress in Critical Care Units},
  author={Nevine H. Abd El-aal and Nagia Ibrahim Hassan},
  year={2014}
}
Background: staff nurses' satisfaction with the quality of their work depends on the type of units in which they work and their levels of depression, anxiety and stress. Aim of the study: To determine the relationships between staff nurses' satisfaction with the quality of work and their levels of depression, anxiety and stress in critical care units. Subjects: All staff nurses in all critical care units (n = 126) at Alexandria Main University Hospital. Tools: Two tools were used in this study… 

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