Relationship between Empowerment and Work Related Stress among Nurse Teachers at Technical Institute

Rasha , N. Fatehy; Rabab,M. Hassan; abd rabou, dr hanaa 


Teachers’ empowerment is the practice whereby administrators allocate power and encourage teachers to use it in ways that benefit themselves and the profession. Work related stress is an efective factor on proficiency and organization’s eficiency. The present study aimed to identify the relationship between nurse teachers’ empowerment and their work related stress. This study was conducted at the Technical Institute of Nursing at I m baba, Giza Governorate. Sixty five nurse teachers were included in the study. Two tools were used to collect data namely, a condition of work empowerment questionnaire and employment organization sources of stressors scale. Finding indicated that the majority of nurse teachers were empowered by access of resources. The majority of nurse teachers were stressed over all five dimensions of stress. There was highly statistically significant correlation between empowerment sources and stress dimensions among nurse teachers. So the following recommendations were suggested: provide orientation program for newly nurse teachers to facilitate their access to information about organization system, to increase nurse teachers’ access to opportunities which allow them to develop new professional knowledge, skills, to actualize their potentials and enhance nurse teachers’ using of diferent stress management strategies. Keywords: Nurse Teachers, work empowerment and work related stress

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Keywords Nurse Teachers;work empowerment;work related stress
Issue Date Nov-2015
Publisher Hanaa ,M. Abd rabou
Conference the 12th international congress "integration scentific research, education and evidance based practice in nursing" November 2015 

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