The Qualitative Study of Job Stress and Coping Strategies among Nurses in Hospice and Palliative Care

  • 陳 蕙琦

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis


The goal of hospice and palliative care is to help and accompany patients and their families That will let patients have good death then family members and patients have no regrets In the process the nurses will face a lot of pressure In particular the lack of experience in hospice care can't find meaning and value in their jobs the poor performance of organization and team and the gap in family members or different medical departments are the most common problems faced by nurses We found that when the nurses face work stress everyone has a self-regulating method by themselves Knowing the limitations of individuals and the resources available around them will also determine how they can adapt to stress The study suggests that if nurses can face their own feelings and limitations actively Through the process of reflection learning and adjustment they will grow up by themselves At the same time it will promote the improvement of personal professional knowledge and let them realize the value of health affection time and life Furthermore human resources are the capital of the organization Organizational support is an important part of the work In addition to arranging educational training it is important to enhance the professional knowledge to maintain the physical and mental health of employees and to provide a friendly working environment
Date of Award2019
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorHui-Ching Weng (Supervisor)

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