요양병원 간호사의 감정노동, 직무스트레스 및 전문직 삶의 질
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- Kim, Hye Young
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- Long-term care; Nurse; Emotion; Stress; Quality of life
- Purpose: This study was aimed to identify the level of emotional labor, job stress and professional quality of life
and to identify the factors affecting on professional quality of life among nurses in long-term care hospitals.
Methods: 136 nurses working at eight different long-term care hospitals were recruited from May 1 to June 30,
2016. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation, and stepwise multiple
regression using SPSS/WIN 22.0. Results: Professional quality of life is consisted of three subcategories as compassion
satisfaction, secondary traumatic stress and burn-out. As for the factors affecting on compassion satisfaction,
age, satisfaction on working ward and shift pattern of duties were significant factors. The three variables’
explanation power on compassion satisfaction was 25.0%. As for factors affecting on secondary traumatic stress,
emotional labor was a significant factor. The emotional labor’s explanation power on secondary traumatic stress
was 13.0%. Factors affecting on burn-out, emotional labor, age, and health condition were significant factors. The
three variables’ explanation power on burnout is 31.0%. Conclusion: On the basis of results, program development
are required to relieve emotional labor and job stress for nurses at long-term care hospitals and to improve their
professional quality of life.
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