International Journal of Nursing and Health Research

International Journal of Nursing and Health Research


International Journal of Nursing and Health Research
International Journal of Nursing and Health Research
Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2021)

Workplace anxiety with stressors among Indian nurses and coping strategies: A recent review


Shamina Bhandari, Vimal Bhandari, Veena Sharma, Madhubala Handa, Sunder Goyal

Stress is a state of physical and psychological tension which inflict insistence for modification upon the human being. It is one of the frequent features in all our lives. Academic stress in today's highly competitive world, students face a variety of academic problems, including exam stress, disinterest in attending class and inability to understand the nursing students. The nursing practice is lively and is highly influenced by medical and technical development, but the core of nursing practice "care" has stayed the same. In recent years work setting is given significance, and organizations are keen to know how stress and suffer exhaustion affect nurses' work, health and life. Efforts had been made to recognize the stressful situations affecting nurses and recognize the early signs of stress to suffer exhaustion so that poor health affects nurse outcomes. This paper will highlight the recent literature published on workplace stress and coping strategies nurses use in Indian scenarios.
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Shamina Bhandari, Vimal Bhandari, Veena Sharma, Madhubala Handa, Sunder Goyal. Workplace anxiety with stressors among Indian nurses and coping strategies: A recent review. International Journal of Nursing and Health Research, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 09-15
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