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International Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A (2024)

A study to assess the level of stress among community health officers working in selected health centers of Jabalpur

Author(s):

Jaya Gupta and Dr. Reena Thakur

Abstract:

Stress is one of the most fundamental problems spanning through human endeavor. Nobody is immune to stress. We can be caught up in a situation that causes or induces stress in the individual. Thus, as a part of human living the young, old, rich, poor, professionals and lay men alike are potential victims of stress. Stress is viewed as the disease of growth and development. Stress is an individual's response to change in circumstance or to a threatening situation. The study aimed to evaluate the level of stress among community health officers in selected health cemters of Jabalpur. A quantitative research approach with a non-experimental descriptive research design was selected for the present study. - Non-probability purposive sampling technique was used and 100 subjects were selected. A likert scale used for assessment of stress. The results of the study have revealed that 23% of nursing officers in low stress and 71% were in moderate stress and 6% in high stress. There is no result found in no stress. The study result shows that majority of community health officers was in moderate stress.

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International Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences
How to cite this article:
Jaya Gupta and Dr. Reena Thakur. A study to assess the level of stress among community health officers working in selected health centers of Jabalpur. Int. J. Nurs. Health Sci. 2024;6(1):23-26. DOI: 10.33545/26649187.2024.v6.i1a.57