The Impact of Nurses' Workspace (Physical Environment) on Their Stress-Level Essay

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The impact of nurses' workspace (physical environment) on their stress-level [Writer’s Name] [Institution’s Name] Table of Content Introduction; 4 Research question- 5 Research Objectives; 6 Brief statement of the problem; 6 Why is this problem important? Why have you chosen it? 6 What past survey research has been done about the problem? 7 Research hypothesis 8 Methods Utilized; 8 Research Method; 8 Survey questionnaire; 9 Stage 2; Research Design and Sampling; Target Population; 10 Sampling Frame &Sample Populations; 10 Sampling Error & Statistical Check for reliability; 11 Non Sampling Error Control; 12 Ethical Considerations: 13 i. Preliminary Work; 13 ii. No respondent management; 13 iii. Preliminary Work; 14 Stage 3: Questionnaires and measurement 16 Research Methodology; 16 Quantitative Research; 16 Sampling Approach; 17 Method of Data Collection; 18 Strengths and Challenges; 18 Questionnaire 18 Variable; 19 Stage 4- Conclusion; 24 Importance of Study; 24 Findings & Analysis; 25 Significance of Survey Readings 26 Importnance on Health Sector……………………………………………………………………………………………………………28 References; 30 Introduction Work-place physical environment has a tremendous impact on job satisfaction and stress level of workers. In this matter, this issue has been investigated by many industries. Like other industries, the healthcare industry has also taken interest in this issue. Several factors have come to play in an attempt by healthcare organization to enhance nurses’ satisfaction. One of the indicators that have been considered, and which has been found to have a significant impact on decreasing nurses stress level is the physical environment around the healthcare facility, most especially in relation to the design. There is, indeed, a big need to look into and address all

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