Proučevanje anksioznosti pri zaposlenih zdravstveni negi na področju psihiatrije in študenti zdravstvene nege

  • Urban Bole Psihiatrična bolnišnica Begunje
  • Branko Bregar Univerzitetna psihiatrična klinika Ljubljana, Studenec 48, 1000 Ljubljana; Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice, Spodnji Plavž 3, 4270 Jesenice
Ključne besede: stres, izgorelost, medicinske sestre, zdravstvo

Povzetek

Uvod: Raziskano je, da se zaposleni v zdravstveni negi pogosto srečujejo z dejavniki za razvoj anksioznosti. Namen raziskave je bil ugotoviti pojavnost znakov anksioznosti med zaposlenimi na področju zdravstvene nege v psihiatriji in med študenti zdravstvene nege. Metode: Za raziskavo je bil uporabljen Burnsov kontrolni seznam anksioznosti. Sodelovalo je 242 anketirancev. Podatki so bili obdelani z uporabo deskriptivne statistike, Levenovega testa, ANOVE, Welchovega testa, analizo Post Hoc in Pearsonovo korelacijo. Rezultati: Ugotovljeno je bilo, da se zaposleni in študenti srečujejo z znaki anksioznosti, med seboj se razlikujejo pri anksioznih mislih (p = 0,039). Med študenti ženskega spola se v večji meri pojavljajo anksiozna občutja (p = 0,046). Anketiranci, ki kadijo redno (p = 0,030) ali občasno (p = 0,020), so bolj dovzetni za anksiozna občutja in telesne znake anksioznosti. Anketiranci, ki svoj ekonomski položaj (p = 0,001) in zdravje (p = 0,0001) zaznavajo slabše, bolj občutijo znake anksioznosti. Diskusija in zaključek: Zaposleni in študenti se pri svojem delu ter kliničnem usposabljanju pogosto srečujejo z dejavniki, ki povzročajo pojavnost anksioznosti. Potrebne bi bile nadaljnje raziskave, predvsem pa bi bilo treba izobraziti zaposlene in študente, da prepoznajo znake ter si tako pomagajo pri premagovanju le-teh.

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Biografije avtorja

Urban Bole, Psihiatrična bolnišnica Begunje
Urban Bole, dipl. zn
Branko Bregar, Univerzitetna psihiatrična klinika Ljubljana, Studenec 48, 1000 Ljubljana; Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice, Spodnji Plavž 3, 4270 Jesenice
viš. pred. mag. Branko Bregar, dipl. zn.

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Bole, U. in Bregar, B. (2016) Proučevanje anksioznosti pri zaposlenih zdravstveni negi na področju psihiatrije in študenti zdravstvene nege, Obzornik zdravstvene nege, 50(1). doi: 10.14528/snr.2016.50.1.68.
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