Factors Relationship to Stress of The First Year Nursing Students, Government College and Private University

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ทิวาพร ฟูเฟื่อง
กัญญาวีร์ โมกขาว

Abstract

The purposes of this descriptive research were 1) to examine the stress of the first year nursing students in National College and Private University and 2) to study the relationships between factors and stress in the first year nursing students in National College and Private University. The samples group consisted 161 nursing students who were studying in the first year in National College and Private University. The research tools composed of a questionnaire about factors of correlation with stress and a questionnaire Suanpung Stress test-20 (SPST-20). The reliability each categories of the questionnaires were .69 - .86 using Cronbach’s Alpha Coefficient. The data was analyzed by using frequencies, percentages, means, standard deviation and Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient.


The results found that the stress of the first year nursing students score in National College and Private University were severe and high level. The high correlation with the stress was found relationship with classmate (M = 3.58, SD = 0.59). The moderate correlation with the stress were found; teaching and learning management (M = 3.11, SD = 0.72) and study skill (M = 3.08, SD = 0.74). The relationships between all of factors and stress in the first year nursing students with the significant level .05

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ฟูเฟื่องท, โมกขาวก. Factors Relationship to Stress of The First Year Nursing Students, Government College and Private University. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2019Dec.30 [cited 2020Feb.27];20(3):373-82. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/204784
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