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Hosseini Z, Aghamollai T, Moeini B, Hazavehei S M M, Moghimbeigi A. The effect of health education program on femail nursses stress. HSR 2015; 11 (1) :43-52
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1- Master of Science of Health Education and PhD candidate in Health Education and Promotion. Persian Gulf Research Center for Health Promotion, Faculty of Health, Hormozgan Medical Science University, BandarAbbas, Iran
2- PhD, Faculty of Health Hormozgan Medical Science University, , Hormozgan Iran
3- PhD,Research Center for Health Science, Public Health Department, Faculty of Health,Hamedan Medical Science University,Hamedan, Iran
4- Research Center for Health Science, Public Health Department, Faculty of Health, Hamedan Medical Science University,Hamedan, Iran
5- PhD, Biostatistics Department, Faculty of Health,Hamedan Medical Science University,Hamedan, Iran
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Background: Job stress is one of the most important occupational hazards in present time, so that, creates, a lot of damage for individuals and organizations and nursing is a stressful jobs. This study was conducted with aim the impact of health education on reducing occupational stress in nurses.Methods: A quasi-experimental research was done in 2011 public hospitals of Hamedan on 58 Nurses, who were randomizing, in the intervention and control groups.For measure of job stress, nursing stress scale (NSS) and to assess of knowledge, attitudes, skills and behaviors,was used self-made questionnaire. Training program was done for the intervention group during the fifth session in 3 weeks, and nurses for 1.5 month, were followed. For data analysis was used software of spss and statistical t- test Findings: Average score of job stress, before training, the two groups did not differ significantly.but, after training, the average score of job stress in the intervention group than control group, had a significant reduction (p< 0.001). Also, the average scores of knowledge, attitude, skills and behavior, after training,had a significant increase in the intervention group( p< 0.001). Conclusion: Findings were confirmed the impact of health education programs in increasing behaviors and reduce job stress among nurses.Key Words: Health Education, Nursing, Job stress
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: education health and promotion
Received: 2020/07/16 | Accepted: 2015/04/15 | Published: 2015/04/15

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