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Depression in Nursing Students: An Empirical Study

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Title of the report 3 Methods that were used to answer the research question 3 Results 4 Discussion 6 Conclusion and Recommendation 7 Abstract of the report 7 References (APA) 7 Title of the report “To analyse the level of stress faced by students (enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU)”. Methods that were used to answer the research question Research aim/ questions The main aim of present research study is to identify level of stress faced by students enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU

Depression in Nursing Students: An Empirical Study

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RESEARCHREPORT1
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ABSTRACTOFTHEREPORTDepression is one of the major problems that occurs in students and this also leads to other health issues among which a few are difficultto manage. In students, the state of depression is quite common as they have many reasons which make them feel depressed and studies moreimportance in this domain. Depression in nursing students is one of the adverse issues which hampers the overall health status and at the sametime it also affects the mental status. Thus, in this respect the present research study has been emphasizing on level of stress and distressexperienced by nursing students. Furthermore, focus has also been laid on experience of university students regarding the area where theyexperience stress and other problems. In this realm, researcher has also discussed the factors that are highly associated with stress and distressand that brings many consequences upon nursing students. 2
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TABLEOF CONTENTSTitle of the report..........................................................................................................................................................................................................3Methods that were used to answer the research question.............................................................................................................................................3Results..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................4Discussion....................................................................................................................................................................................................................6Conclusion and Recommendation................................................................................................................................................................................7Abstract of the report....................................................................................................................................................................................................7References (APA).........................................................................................................................................................................................................73
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TITLEOFTHEREPORT“To analyse the level of stress faced by students (enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU)”.METHODSTHATWEREUSEDTOANSWERTHERESEARCHQUESTIONResearch aim/ questionsThe main aim of present research study is to identify level of stress faced by students enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU. Research questions for the present study are stated as under:Are students enrolled in REBP – 2017-1 at SCU experiencing high levels of distress?Are students enrolled in REBP – 2017-1 at SCU experiencing high levels of stress?Are students enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU more distressed than people in the general population? What kind of activities do students perceive as useful in building resiliency? Design of the study The present research work is an experimental study because in this study the researcher determined exposed and unexposed aspects of theresearch work. Exposure is allocated randomly and the number of groups (which are selected randomly) is large then unrecognised confoundingeffects. In the present research work, experimental method has been used as it is a systematic and scientific approach wherein researchermanipulate one or more variables. At the same time, it is also useful in controlling and measuring any change in other variables. The main aim ofpresent research study is to find out the level of stress which is faced by students enrolled in REBP-2017-1 at SCU (Denny and et.al., 2016). ParticipantsTarget population for the study was male, female and transgender. These people were selected since they have been studying for REBP-2017-1 at SCU. Considering the same, such target group have been selected as they also have the issues related to distress. Total sample size forthe present study was 124 which includes four categories such as male (28), female (88), transgender and other who did not prefer to answer (8).Such students were directly contacted through conducting the survey. While conducting survey, researcher went to the university to look ontothe exact situation. While selecting the participants for the present research work, several ethical aspects were considered which enhanced value andfeasibility of the research procedure. Prior involving the participants in the research study, researcher focused on seeking consent from theparticipants. Ethical form was also filled in order to get permission from the university to include the population in research procedure. Alongwith the same, researcher also gave all the rights to the participants in the study. Outcomes In the present study, the primary outcome is to analyse the level of distress faced by students enrolled in REBP – 2017-1 at SCU. Thiswill be measured by Correlation, regression and through conducting other tests. These measurement instruments have been selected as they areuseful in giving exact information about the collected data. Further, on the basis of Likert scale, ratings will be given to responses of each andevery question. Under, DASS four rating scale have been used and at the same time Kessler 10 scale of psychological distress is also used. MeasuresIn the present case, survey has been used carried out and questionnaire is being given to the students to get knowledge about the researchaspects. In the current research process, researcher has analysed the level of distress among students enrolled in REBP – 2017-1 at SCU; hencefor the same, statistical tool have been used. Further, comparison is also conducted among students regarding depression among other generalpopulation. Moreover, emphasis has also been laid on activities which students perceive as useful while building resiliency. Survey Survey was conducted since researcher aims to collect data about level of distress in students enrolled in REBP – 2017-1 at SCU. Thesurvey was done at the start of the unit and participants were invited to participate in the survey procedure. This is done for the purpose ofascertaining current level of stress (Doane, Kelley & Pearson, 2016). Questionnaire were distributed through emails and each students was askedto fill the questionnaire as per the convenience of time. Researcher came to know about the survey when cases of distress were increased in theuniversity. Statistical methods 4
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In the present research work, data analysis seems to be the most important section as it defines the overall findings of the collectedresponses. Afterwards, collecting the data, researcher focused on managing it; hence suitable database is being utilized for the same procedure.With the help of Quantitative method, data has been analysed appropriately which is also useful in showing clear outcomes and responses. SPSShas been used and several tests are being conducted to reach the aim (Jankowski, 2016). With the help of SPSS, the value of qualitative data isbeing analysed which is also useful in depicting actual results collected from the questionnaire. Similarly, charts and tables are also prepared forthe purpose of showing the responses acquired from survey. Thus, this has been performed under Thematic analysis. RESULTSStatisticsdegreeDASS_1DASS_2DASS_3DASS_4DASS_5DASS_6DASS_7DASS_8DASS_9DASS_10DASS_11DASS_12DASS_13DASS_14DASS_15DASS_16DASS_17DASS_18DASS_19DASS_20DASS_21.NValid000000000000000000000Missing222222222222222222222Clinical servicesNValid444444444444444444444Missing000000000000000000000Mean3.001.752.001.502.251.751.751.502.252.002.252.502.001.751.502.002.002.001.502.001.75Median3.001.501.501.502.001.502.001.002.001.502.002.001.502.001.501.501.501.501.501.501.00Mode3111a11211112121a1111a11Std. Deviation.816.9571.414.5771.500.957.5001.0001.5001.4141.5001.0001.414.500.5771.4141.4141.414.5771.4141.500NursingNValid686768686868686868686868686768686867686868Missing343333333333343334333Mean2.471.911.741.622.512.251.592.152.091.742.182.281.911.931.841.811.782.011.961.751.54Median2.002.002.001.002.002.001.002.002.002.002.002.002.002.002.002.001.502.002.002.001.00Mode221123122122121111111Std. Deviation.762.830.785.811.938.887.815.885.958.822.913.878.926.841.924.885.928.929.969.853.888MidwiferyNValid232323232323222323232323232323232323232323Missing000000100000000000000Mean2.301.611.611.432.262.301.451.911.831.352.132.301.701.831.741.521.391.911.571.351.17Median2.001.001.001.002.002.001.002.002.001.002.002.001.001.001.001.001.002.001.001.001.00Mode211122111122111111111Std. Deviation.926.839.839.8431.054.876.8581.125.937.6471.0141.0201.1051.0291.054.846.722.996.945.647.491OtherNValid555555555555555555555Missing111111111111111111111Mean1.801.601.601.402.001.801.401.801.601.401.601.401.401.601.201.601.401.601.402.001.60Median1.002.001.001.002.002.001.002.001.001.002.001.001.001.001.002.001.002.001.002.001.00Mode12111a1a11a112111121211a1Std. Deviation1.095.548.894.8941.000.837.548.837.894.548.548.548.548.894.447.548.894.548.5481.225.894a. Multiple modes exist. The smallest value is shown5
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Preliminary data analysisIn the present study, 88 female participants participated and 28 male candidates participated. Thus, it can be said that number of femaleswere more as compared to number of males. In this respect, it can be said that the ratio of female candidates were more as compared to malecandidates. On an average, in the present study, around 106 participants replied and rest did not give any sort of response. Summary statisticsStatisticsSexNValid104Missing2Mean1.19Median1.00Mode1Std. Deviation.523sexFrequencyPercentValid PercentCumulative PercentValidfemale8883.084.684.6male1413.213.598.1Prefer not to answer21.91.9100.0Total10498.1100.0MissingSystem21.9Total106100.0Proportion of females to males: 88/14*100 = 628.57%Mean and standard deviation of age Descriptive StatisticsNRangeMinimumMaximumMeanStd.DeviationVarianceAge10239185727.828.73476.285Valid N (list-wise)1026
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