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Review Papers | Nursing | India | Volume 10 Issue 10, October 2021
Stress Management in Nursing Providers During COVID-19 Pandemic - A Review
Kavita Dadsena | Namita Singh  | Dr. C. P. Sinha
Abstract: Stress could be a development inherent to life and it becomes inevitable, notably in a very skilled context, having consequences on life quality. This is a disorder that poignant many folks worldwide, particularly health professionals, and is originated by numerous factors. The profession of nursing is prone to experience stress due to the intense nature of the work. Immense pressures from both internal and external sources add to the complexity of nearly every professional role in nursing. As these professionals have a basic role in patient care it's extraordinarily necessary that they feel well physically and psychologically. Present study was carried to seek out the systematic review of the sources and consequences of activity stress on nurses? adequacy, productivity and efficiency. Methods to scale back nursing student stress usually embody effective time management, social support, positive revaluation, and engagement in past times. The objective of this study is to assess the prevalence of COVID-19 related stress among Nursing College student of Chhattisgarhi session 2019/20.
Keywords: COVID-19 related Stress, Nursing Providers, Nursing and stress
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 10, October 2021,
Pages: 1427 - 1433