Arbetsrelaterad stress hos nyexaminerade sjuksköterskor : En litteraturstudie

Detta är en M1-uppsats från Röda Korsets Högskola

Sammanfattning: Background: Work-related stress can negatively affect the health of newly graduated nurses, whichcan have consequences such as a shortage of nurses. If factors are identified that can lead to work-related stress, it also opens up the possibility of preparing newly graduated nurses for the work-related stress that may occur in their new profession. Aim: The aim was to investigate factors that can lead to work-related stress in newly graduated nurses. Method: A literature review with a qualitative approach that included 10 articles. Results: Factors that can lead to work-related stress in newly graduated nurses were presented with two themes: work environment and transition. Four subthemes were formed to describe the experiences of newly graduated nurses: responsibility, feeling inadequate, self-confidence and competence. Conclusion: Work-related stress can be linked to the work environment and affect patient safety, it canalso lead to mental illness or that nurses leave the profession during the transition period. Work-relatedstress in the first years of the new profession may be linked to a lack of support from colleagues andmanagers. With the help of a satisfactory introduction and mentoring program, where experiencednurses act as support for the newly graduated nurses, work-related stress can be reduced.

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