GENERAL PRACTICE NURSING STUDENTS‘ STRESS DURING PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: CAUSES AND STRESS COPING METHODS

Viktorija Piščalkienė, Lijana Navickienė Abstract Occupational stress is a phenomenon faced by both phy­sicians working in health care institutions and students studying in the medicine and nursing fields. Early iden­tification of the stress factors and application of timely and targeted stress coping methods are measures allo­wing to maintain a safe socio-educational environment in a real…

CAUSES OF STRESS IN TEACHERS‘ PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY: SCHOOL LEADERS‘ APPROACH

Lijana Navickienė, Eglė Stasiūnaitienė, Ilona Kupčikienė Abstract Teachers are among the professions reporting the highest level of work-related stress. This has a great impact on teachers‘ professional performance, job satisfaction, quality of their work and educational process. High level of stress adversaly affects teacher‘s motivation, social well-beeing and even physical and mental health. The causes…

STRESSORS IN TEACHER’S WORK

Lijana Navickienė, Eglė Stasiūnaitienė, Ilona Kupčikienė, Donatas Misiūnas Abstract Teachers are among the professions which face the highest level of work-related stress. High level of stress has a negative impact on the teacher’s physical and emotional health, leads to exhaustion, burnout, dissatisfaction with work, and high turnover rates. It is therefore important to reveal the…

The Relationship Between Coping Strategies And Aggression Among Persons With Limb Amputations

Birutė Ramoškienė Abstract The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between coping strategies and aggression among persons with limb amputations. The subjects of the study was 55 persons, undergone lower limb amputation, who were hospitalised at AB „Ortopedijos technika“ Physical medicine department, their average age was 58,29 ± 1,543, 29 of them…

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…

Prevalence of Stress and Fatigue Between Seamen and Onshore Workers

Lolita Rapolienė, Jonas Sąlyga, Geriuldas Žiliukas, Sigutė Norkienė Abstract Stress prevalence is increasing worldwide and it is consideredas a serious health problem. Different professions are associatedwith the different stress level. Objective: to assess stress andfatigue differences and possible courses between seamen andonshore workers. Methods: 600 respondens including 220 seamenand 380 onshore workers survey, general symptoms…

Survey of Stress and Other Psychosocial Factors in Lithuanian Small Construction and Real Estate Companies

Dovilė Bastakytė, Kazys Algirdas Kaminskas Abstract Where examined psychosocial risk factors in Lithuanian small construction and real estate companies. For evaluation of these factors were used the four questionnaires. In this paper studies presented by the using the “burnout”, Copenhagen (COPSOQ II, 2007) and work motivation questionnaires. Investigations were carried out in 11 small construction…

Analysis of Stress Experienced by Soldiers of Compulsory Conscription and Professional Military Services

Oksana Čikalova, Danguolė Drungilienė, Vida Mockienė Abstract Very often conscripted soldiers experience heavy physical loads and mental shocks and challenges. The goal of this thesis was to analyse and to compare the factors triggering the stress to soldiers of compulsory conscription and professional military service and the ways to cope with it. Methods applied in…

Stress Experienced by Teachers and Stressors in Dependence on the Institution of Education

Šarūnas Klizas, Rasa Šulnienė Abstract In the context of social changes and ongoing education reforms, teachers’ work found itself in the midst of continuous turnover. All those processes strongly affect and influence teachers’ professional activities, their quality and work efficiency, as well as their experienced stress. The aim of the research was to analyze stress…

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AND PSYCHO-EMOTIONAL STATE

Audronė Dumčienė Abstract The aim of this paper – to find out the peculiarities of teacher‘s psycho-emotional state and its relationship with characteristics of professional activity. In the study psycho-emotional state as a multidimensional variable is characterized by four main components: mental health, self-control, anxiety and stress levels. 100 secondary school and gymnasium teachers participated…