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J Nurs Acad Soc. 1995 Mar;25(1):110-123. Korean. Original Article. https://doi.org/10.4040/jnas.1995.25.1.110
Park YS , Lee KO .
Abstract

This study was done to analyze the relationship between task stress and morale in psychiatric nursing assistants. The subjects were 118 psychiatric nursing assistants selected from the National Mental Hospital in Seoul and 18 non-medical mental institutions. The data were collected from October 22 to November 12, 1994. The instruments used for this study were modified PNOSS(Psychiatric Nurse Occupational Stress Scale) which was developed by Bai and modified the Morale scale which was developed by Oh. The confidence varification of these instruments were computed and Cronbach alpha=.9255, .9260. Data were analyzed by t-test, ANOVA on 5% significant level and Pearson correlation coefficient. The results of the study are as follows; 1. The average work stress scores of subjects were 2.83. Among the work stress factors; the conflict with nurse was identified as the most stress factor. There was significant relationship between the degree of work stress and the variables of psychiatric Nursing Assistants such as the marital status, educational level, religion, job satisfaction, working place, predicted period of work. 2. Average total morale scores for the subjects was 3.08. There was a significant relationship between the degree of morale and variables of psychiatric nursing assistants such as working place, certification as a nursing assistant, job satisfaction, opportunity for practical education and predicted period of work. 3. There was a significant relationship between the degree of morale and work stress factors such as administration problem, work overload.

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