Source avec lien : Workplace Health & Safety, 67(3), 3/1/2019. 10.1177/2165079918801633
Le but de l’étude était d’évaluer les effets d’un programme modifié de réduction du stress basé sur la pleine conscience sur les niveaux de stress, l’affect et la résilience des infirmières des hôpitaux généraux en Chine continentale. En outre, l’étude a tenté de déterminer l’impact du programme sur la satisfaction au travail.
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effects of a modified mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program on the levels of stress, affect, and resilience among nurses in general hospitals in mainland China. In addition, the study attempted to determine the impact of the program on job satisfaction. A total of 110 nurses were randomly assigned to the intervention versus control groups. The intervention group participated in a modified 8-week MBSR program. All participants were evaluated with questionnaires at baseline, immediately after the intervention, and 3 months later. The intervention group showed decreases in stress and negative affect and increases in positive affect and resilience after the intervention. No improvement in job satisfaction was observed, but the trends of the data were in the hypothesized direction that job satisfaction would improve. The modified MBSR program is an effective approach for nurses to decrease stress and negative affect and improve positive affect and resilience. In addition, the program has the potential to improve job satisfaction.