Workload and Work Stress on Caring Behavior in nurse on Nursing Services

Nur Hamim


Introductions: imbalance between the number of personnel and the workload of nurses in a hospital, so that nurses can implement caring behavior in the process of health care. Objective: The aim of this study is to know is there any relation Workload and Stress Work With Application Behavior Caring Behavior Nurses in Service Nursing In the main hall of hospitals Probolinggo. Methods: This study uses correlation analyticdesign with cross sectional approach Comparative. The population in this study were nurses in the Main room number 13 of the respondents, the sampling technique used "Total sampling". The study was conducted on January 5 to February 3, 2014. The instruments used are questionnaires and observation sheets. After the data collected includes the coding of data collection, editing and tabulating, and then analyzed using statistical tests Loglinier. Results and Analyzed: The results showed the majority of nurses in the main room of the workload being experienced by 7 respondents (53.8%), experienced moderate job stress as much as 8 respondents (61.5%), and behave caring as much as 10 respondents (76.9%). Based on statistics Loglinier Test results showed that the value of α p value of 0.001 with a significance level of 0.05. Thus, the Jerusalem Bible p value less than α (0.05) so that it can be concluded H1 accepted which means no relationship Workload and Stress Working with Application Behavior Behavior Nurse Caring Orphanage in Service Kepera watan. Discussion: Based on this study it can be concluded that there relationship workload and stress of work in the application of behavioral nurse caring behaviors in the nursing care services.Although the nurse workload and stress suffered heavy work, nurses are expected to remain implement caring behavior behavior, so that the client feels safe and comfortable.


Keywords: Workload, Work Stress, Caring Behavior, Nurse.

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