Stress: Perspectives and processes Coping with Stress in mental health nursing In Stress and Coping in Mental Health Nursing Why doesn't people raise their voice against the haptic behaviour which they do not like? According to the (Fagin et al., 1995), it has been analysed that the social support helps the nurses in coping with the stress and they do not smoke like support from the superiors, colleagues and friends and family. Furthermore, according to the (Barlett, D 1998), the research
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Running Head: RESEARCH PLANPSYCHOLOGY[Document subtitle]
RESEARCH PLAN1What do I need to know?Sources Notes and other questions which are raisedJustification of usage of resourcesWhat aspect of NVCis being investigated?The aspect of NVC which is being investigated is the impact of gender on the haptic behaviour.1.Stress: Perspectives and processes2.Coping with Stress in mental health nursing In Stress and Coping in Mental HealthNursingWhy doesn't people raise their voice against the haptic behaviour which theydo not like?The resources help in understanding the impact of males and females on the behaviour of touch. Are there any relevant theories available for this behaviour? The differences between the genders in the haptic behaviour which further causes stress.1.Stress: Perspectives and processes2.The Claybury community psychiatric nurse stress studyWhy is there a difference in the gender depending mainly on the haptic behaviour?The resources are reliable and valid because it gives all the information which is required for my research study.What previous research has alreadybeen conducted?The factors which increase the stress level of the nurses and they get addicted to smoking.1.Burnout in psychiatric nursing: a meta‐analysis of related variables2.The measurement Why does the researchers not give any easy measure to cope up with stress?The resources are reliable and valid because it explains allthe relevant factors for the research study.
RESEARCH PLAN2of experienced burnoutBackground Research A numerous number of studies were conducted in order to analyse the reasons which are stressful for the nurses and to cope up with the stress they start smoking. The meta-analysis was conducted by (Melchior et al., 1997) and it was observed that there is a correlation among the satisfaction of the job, conflicts among the roles, support from the supervisor and the burnout. Further, on the basis of the research, it was also found that the patients also have a great influence on the nurses and this can be a risk factor which makes the nurses stressful. According to the (Fagin et al., 1995), it has been analysed that the social support helps the nurses in coping with the stress and they do not smoke like support from the superiors, colleagues and friends and family. Further, this helps in reducing the stress level, and people would not get addict to smoking. Furthermore, according to the (Barlett, D 1998), the research was conducted by using the standardised forms in order to measure the stress level of the nurses and why they get addicted tosmoking. As a result, it was found that working in the community is much more stressful for the nurses as compared to working in the hospital. Therefore, they get addicted to smoking in order to burn the level of the stress. From the given researchers and analysis, it has been understood that the clinical supervision is significant in order to burnout the stress level of the nurses, and it further encourages the creativity, and the nurses who are already addicted to smoking will be able to quit smoking, and as a result they will be able to cope up with the stress. Rationale for Proposing the Research The rationale for proposing the research further is to extend the analysis of the previous studies and the researches and give the main reasons for the problems and the various measures which will help the nurses to cope up with stress with ease. The previous studies have only given the
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