Stressors, Appraisal of Stressors, Experienced Stress and Cardiac Response: A Real-Time, Real-Life Investigation of Work Stress in Nurses.

@article{Johnston2016StressorsAO,
  title={Stressors, Appraisal of Stressors, Experienced Stress and Cardiac Response: A Real-Time, Real-Life Investigation of Work Stress in Nurses.},
  author={Derek W. Johnston and Cheryl Bell and Martyn C. Jones and Barbara Farquharson and Julia L Allan and Patricia Schofield and Ian W. Ricketts and Marie Johnston},
  journal={Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={187-97}
}
BACKGROUND Stress in health care professionals may reflect both the work and appraisal of work and impacts on the individuals, their patients, colleagues and managers. PURPOSE The purpose of the present study is to examine physiological and psychological effects of stressors (tasks) and theory-based perceptions of work stressors within and between nurses in real time. METHODS During two work shifts, 100 nurses rated experienced stress, affect, fatigue, theory-based measures of work stress… CONTINUE READING
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