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KMID : 0614820060120030491
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2006 Volume.12 No. 3 p.491 ~ p.500
New Graduate Nurses’ Stress, Stress Coping, Adaptation to Work, and Job Satisfaction;Change Comparison by Personality
Yeuk Suk-Hee

Kim Byung-Soo
Abstract
Purpose: This study was to compare degree of stress, stress coping, adaptation and job satisfaction between Type A and Type B of new graduate nurses’personality.

Methods: Seventynine new graduate nurses employed 2003 in an university hospital located in Gyeonggi-do were participated. Data for self-reported questionnaire were collected base on 5 point of time, 1st week and 3rd, 6th, 9th, 12th Month after their employment.

Results: New Graduate Nurses’ Stress were persistently increased. The statistically significance of positive correlations between stress and coping showed, but their correlations were getting reduced during 1 year. Type B was higher than Type A in stress and adaptation for 12 months. But, Type B of coping was higher up to 9th month, yet abruptly Type A was higher at 12th months. In Job Satisfaction, Type A was higher at 3rd and 6th months, but it was reversed from 9th months.

Conclusion: Socialization education for new graduate nurses should be done in organization since their stress were continually increased and their job satisfaction was decreased after 9 months after employed.
KEYWORD
Nurses, Stress, Job satisfaction, Personality
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