IMPACT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS ON NURSES‘ SELF-SATISFACTION

Viljaras Reigas, Danguolė Drungilienė, Geriuldas Žiliukas Abstract The aim of the research is to evaluate the impactof psychosocial factors on nurses‘ self-satisfaction.The research was completed in 2016 in stationarypersonal healthcare institutions. The research methodwas survey. The questionnaire includes two otherquestionnaires PSO-100 and WHS. 1182 peopleparticipated in this research. The highest level ofself-dissatisfaction among nurses was…

Mental Health Nurses’ Work-Related Stress Assessment Methodology

Agnė Stolygaitė, Indrė Pušinaitytė, Viktorija Grigaliūnienė Abstract The present article seeks to introduce The Psychiatric NurseJob Stressor Scale (PNJSS). 82 psychiatric nurses (ages ranging25–70 years, M = 48,49, SD=9,56) from Lithuanian psychiatrichospitals were assesed. The measure consists of 4 subscales:Psychiatric Nursing Ability (Cronbach’s alpha 0,702; M = 148,59;SD = 98,93), Attitude of Patients (Cronbach’s alpha…

Children Having Oncological Disease and Their Parent‘S Communication Needs

Jurgita Gulbinienė, Roberta Dolinskaitė, Daiva Kriukelytė, Aušra Lekauskaitė Abstract Aim of the research: to reveal the nurses‘, oncological disease having children and their parents communication needs and satisfaction of the communication quality. The research was done in one Lithuanian hospital. The research of qualitative type was applied in this paper. There were 9 respondents in…

ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING PROFESSIONAL MOTIVATION AT WORK IN HOSPITAL NURSES

Artūras Razbadauskas Abstract The objective was to analyze the work environment on nurses’ professional motivation. Nurses’ professional motivation is an urgent problem not only in medicine. One of the factors that influence nurses’ work motivation is the work environment. The article presents the results of a survey of nurses’ professional motivation analysis. 76 percent argues that the totality of biological and…

NURSES’ OPINIONS ON SELF-EVALUATION OF THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HEALTH ISSUES AND PATIENTS’ HEALTH EDUCATION

Daiva Zagurskienė Abstract Summary The aim of the study was to assess nurses’ opinions on self-evaluation of their knowledge about health issues and patients’ health education. For the survey an anonymous questionnaire was elaborated. The study included all nurses working on that day in general medicine and surgical wards. 436 questionnaires were distributed, 388 were…